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Essay | Character Relationships in The Stranger

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Character Relationships in The Stranger

Summary: Discusses the novel, The Stranger, by Albert Camus. Summarizes the story and examines relationships between characters in the text.
"The Stranger," by Albert Camus takes place in Algiers right before World War II. The novel begins with Meursalt receiving a telegram stating, "[m]other deceased. Funeral tomorrow. Faithfully yours" (3). He leaves Algiers to take a two hour drive to Marengo where his mother had lived in a retirement home. When he arrives he insists that he doesn't want to see his mother. The caretaker and director of the facility where rather puzzled at the fact that Meursalt didn't shed not one tear for his mothers death and didn't show any remorse for the lose of a loved one. His mothers close friend, Tomas Pérez was the only one from the retirement home allowed to go to the funeral because according to friends of the two, they were inseparable. Some of their friends say that Tomas Pérez was Madame Meursalt's fiancée. After...

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