The Meursault Investigation - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Kamel Daoud
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In Chapter 7, Harun talks to his companion about his neighbor, he reads the Koran out loud every night. This segues into a discussion of Harun’s relationship, or lack of a relationship more properly, with God and religion. Even though he does not know anything about his biological father, Harun thinks that he must be like him because he left his family before he ever had one. He explains that he has never loved a woman because he has found no woman who has freed him from the anger he felt toward his mother because of the way she treated him.

Harun introduces Meriem whom he says is the only woman who has been able to love him. Other women had seemed to sense that he belonged to his mother and for that reason was not available for a relationship.

He returns to his...

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