The Stranger by Albert Camus. This is an essay on the book about the character Meurasault.
In Albert Camus' novel, The Stranger, there are many different aspects throughout the book that separate this book from most others. The first major crucial moment starts when Meursault travels to his mother's funeral and shows no emotion or remorse for his mother's death. It is evident in the beginning of the story that there is a man who shows no emotion for anything. Meursault did not dare cry for his mother. In fact, when going to keep vigil a woman who was very close to his mother was weeping all he could think about was if she would ever stop. That is not exactly s…
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