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Essay | Meursault's Emotions

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Meursault's Emotions

Summary: Essay discusses the emotions of Meursalt in the novel "The Stranger" by Albert Camus.
In "The Stranger", Albert Camus captures the story of a man who truly understands the basic core of human nature. Meursault, who seems cold and detached from the world, is actually very aware of his own emotions and surroundings. He understands to things to the core of where those emotion and feeling comes from. That is why he is unable to respond and act according to those feelings because he understands the futility of showing those feelings. Meursault is an emotional individual who is not lost, rather an individual who fully understands his surroundings to the point that he sees no reason in expressing his emotions.

When Meursault received the news of his mother's death, all he could respond was: "Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don't know" (Camus, 3). He spoke of his mother using that of a child's calling "Maman", showing that he understands and feels...

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