"The Outsider" by Albert Camus.
Oppression of the individual by society is a key theme in the novel, The Outsider , by Albert Camus. As the novel progresses Camus uses a number of techniques and devices to develop this theme. Camus achieves this through the use of imagery, symbols and strong characterisation that emphasise the social interaction of, Meursault with a judgmental and stereotyping society.
Characterisation is the key area in which Camus develops the theme of oppression of the individual by society. Through the course of the novel figures arise and dominate and repress the individuality of Meursault and to a…
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