Notes on Camus' Stranger by Gary Carey


Notes on Camus' Stranger by Gary Carey

The meaninglessness and randomness of life was a constant theme in Camus's writing. This story is absurd, yet touches a chord within the reader that surely will resonate for years to come. A man is condemned to beheading because he was indifferent at his mother's funeral. In prison he finds freedom and happiness. Death becomes his greatest moment of life.

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72 pages


Gary Carey
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Publication date

5th April 1965



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