The Meursault Investigation - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Kamel Daoud
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In Chapter 15, Harun admits that as long as he has lived, he believes he should have learned something deep and profound about the universe. He feels he has done nothing with his life except play the murder of his brother over and over. He describes himself as a ghost that has only observed life. Even though he has wanted, on occasion, to tell someone his story, he knew no one would believe him.

Because of the way he has lived his life, Harun tells his friend that he sees Meursault in every crowd. He is angry with the crowds and with organized religion. He would like to go to the top of a prayer tower and broadcast all of his imperfections and religious failings to anyone who would listen. He claims the only time he was able to catch a glimpse of divine order...

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