This is the climax of the story so far, and it makes you wonder why Meursault has no remorse and is so unhappy. What was his relationship with his mother; was there ever a father figure in his life? Why does he tell his story? He spends most of his day on his bed staring up at his cell window through which he can only see the sky.
They also introduced schools for girls; overcoming an age-old prejudice by untiring diplomacy and "by providing living examples of a new kind of womanhood to India". And The Rebel proclaims the same view. Missionaries were concerned about the plight of the poor, the illiterate, the outcasts and women, whatever their religion.
The closer Daoud ties the two characters, the more astounding and important the message becomes. Note that the chaplain is the only person that Meursault talks to about his ideas. The examining magistrate and the chaplain put up extremely weak cases. Chapter 3 We learn about Salamano and his dog.
The Meursault Investigation exists in a unique universe where Meursault was a walking, flesh-and-blood reality, but also where The Stranger is—as in our reality—a novel studied by college students the world over.
So although the sun may have served as an irritant and a factor in his actions, the actual act of killing comes from his innate disconnection with reality and his lack of moral fiber or sense of remorse. In fact, he finds the observation "made sense" and is "interesting" 7. He wants to be lazy and unhappy with no cares at all.
It seems that he does not want happiness in his life, so he ruins what he had by shooting the arab man. When his lawyer asks Meursault if he wants to refute the statement: Once the dawn passes and no-one has come, Meursault believes he has another twenty-four hours of life.
Meursault, in his struggle to accept his circumstances, comes to the realization that he must believe in what must and will happen: Any time he is forced by society to identify, interact, or express basic human emotions and behavior, he views it as a form of punishment that stifles his individual desires.Straniero, Lo(The Stranger)an Italian movie directed by Luchino Visconti and starring Marcello Mastroianni as Arthur Meursault.
This movie is based on Albert Camus' Nobel Prize winning masterpiece The Stranger. This is my favorite book of all time and the movie stays true to the novel. Video features the opening scene of the movie.
Albert Camus' The Stranger is not often read for its comedy value however Meursault the hero and narrator likes a joke. He tells us that Salamano's dog manages to wriggle out of his collar and escape while his owner was watching "the Escape king"  and he tells us of Raymond's silly hat that makes Marie laugh .
Mersault, the Protagonist of Albert Camus's The Stranger, finds himself in a similar situation where he is imprisoned for a long period of time because of murder. Mersault reaches a. The Meursault Investigation is a modern response to Albert Camus' classic of Absurdism, The Stranger.
In the original, a French Algerian (like Camus In the original, a French Algerian (like Camus The murderer got famous, and his story's too well written for me to get any ideas about imitating him/5(K). - Indifference in Camus’ The Stranger (The Outsider) Albert Camus’ novel, The Stranger, examines what happens to a passive man when mixed in a murder.
During the trial of the main character, Meursault, the prosecutor examines Meursault’s normal behavior as callous and cold.
I liked your comment about the indifference is used to create change and I think that is the main idea Camus is trying to portray through Mersault's indifference.
part one of The Stranger by Albert Camus, I found the life of Meursault quite intriguing. all where they are because of the atrocities they committed in their lifetimes.Download