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The Stranger Explacation

Summary: Discusses the aspect of the absurd man in "The Stranger."
The Absurd man is not only a person without a drive but also a person who is content with anything. Meursault in the novel The Stranger is the perfict example of an absurd man. Opposed to the views of "Sartre's Explication of The Stranger," Meursault is no hero just a man with no desires or wishes who shows that nothing matters but the exact moment he is in. The book not only proves that being absurd has no foundation but, disproves the absurd views on god, everything is not permisible but everyone leaves a mark on the world, and the absurd man doesn't live he exist showing no emotion content with anything.

Meursault's absurd views on god are confronted twice in The Stranger, first with the magistrate, then with the chaplain. Both times he denies the existance of God claming "I didn't believe in god"(110), and that...

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