The Outsider, by Albert Camus. Meursault Character Analysis
<Tab/>In the novel, The Outsider, written by Albert Camus, the protagonist, Meursault, commits murder to a man, known as "the Arab", for no apparent reason and struggles against society's attempts to explain for his attitudes and actions. Albert Camus sets the novel in Algeria, during the time when Arabs were natives and the French began invading. Meursault is an emotionally detached character, amoral, and honest.
<Tab/>Meursault shows emotional detachment when his mother passes away, during the trial and in his general narration. Early on, we learn that Meursa…
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