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Although the ending of each chapter was truly inspiring in its poetic description of death, overall the book’s narrative flow was just not right. I’ve wtranac taken a philosophy class, but I feel like if I would have read this in supplement to talking about its deeper themes, then I would’ve gotten along with it better. Philosophers may have very different doctrines but they generally believe that philosophical thinking begins with the human subject.
However I have heard that The Stranger has been an option for high school students especially in America to study. Did I hate this book? The portrait painted of a criminal is what is on trial, not the man himself.
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He’s a stranger to concern. KugaSysPrint, Lektira dostupna svima ; str. On a plot level, reading The Stranger is as exciting as watching your grandmother eat potatoes.
Journal of Modern Literature Tijekom ihCamus je velik dio svog rada i aktivizma posvetio ljudskim pravima. This was a bit of a ramble and not necessarily a cogent review.
He’s a stranger to remorse. Camue name is Meursault, he doesn’t have a first name. Of semi-proletarian parents, early attached to intellectual circles of strongly revolutionary tendencies, with a deep interest in philosophy strana chance prevented him from pursuing a university care Albert Camus was a representative of non-metropolitan French literature.
This book captured someone that understood the affects of what happened but didn’t understand why you needed to get emotional about it. And do you really live with the thought that when you die, you die, and nothing remains? Camus joined the resistance movement during the occupation and after the liberation was a columnist for the newspaper Combat.
Still not thrilled with this book, because I don’t identify with the main character – he’s pretty much the opposite of how I approach life.
Meursault’s way of narrating his own story tells us a lot about his character. I sense a lot of implicit racism in that, as if it didn’t matter that the Arab died.
Powers that be are more annoyed with unrelated behaviors than the crime itself. Fictional novel where some man shoots someone completely innocent. There were a lot of things that I agreed with from the book The words of Albert Camus has the liberating thought and feeling, that freedom from the pain that I have been looking for.
Things happen, yes, but I generally just don’t care for Meursault, what happens to him, and his actions.
The primary truly absurd thing is that our MC murders someone for seemingly no reason other than the sun made him very hot. My concern here is that the other characters mostly ignore it. His austere search for moral order found its aesthetic correlative in the classicism of his art. Trivia About The Stranger. Perhaps another read in my future will sfranac different results.
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KugaSysPrint, Stramac dostupna svima; str. Njegova svojstvena iskrenost remeti status quo. If you would like to participate in the discussion here is the link: We know this, don’t we! It explores the idea that there is no inherent meaning in the universe at least not one we can know through a very minimal plot involving a man whose mother dies and is later tried for the murder of an Arab.
To view it, click here. It is well written, and managed to win a nobel somehow I have to believe that is due to the timesso if one isn’t much familiar with absurdism in particular, or existentialism in cqmus, it may be worth a read.
His origin in Algeria and his experiences there in the thirties were dominating influences in his thought and work. This book captured someone that understood the affects of what happened but didn’t understand why you needed to get emotional about it. That’s where Camus showed himself for the philosopher that he was. Preview — Stranac by Albert Camus. He buries his mother, commits murder and gets sentenced to death—all of this under the burning sun.
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I am humbled by the many insightful, positive and beautifully written reviews of this book czmus feel a bit stupid for just not getting it. Its not as smooth as a novel, but its not thorough enough to be an essay either. Thematically, it’s a deep book that raises questions ranging from whether society conditions our emotions to how we deal with the difference betwee On a plot level, reading The Stranger is as exciting as watching your grandmother eat potatoes.
I’ve never taken a philosophy class, but I feel like if I would have read this in supplement to talking about its deeper themes, then I would’ve gotten along with it better. Even worse, man is not only a stranger facing the world, but a stranger also in relation to himself.