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    summary The Outsider ebook book The Outsider Ñ inspireconsulting.co.za Download free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Albert Camus This short but well written book provides a thought provoking existentialist consideration of the value of life and death through the eyes of Meursault His detachment from life inability to form strong emotional attachments to others and lack of remorse for a crime committed out of pure amorality play at least as significant a part in his subseuent trial as the act of violence itself a fact which Camus contrives Meursau

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    ebook book The Outsider Ñ inspireconsulting.co.za Download Albert Camus î 6 review free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Albert Camus I had similar feelings about this novel as I did to the previous Camus novel I read back in 2012 The Plague Like that one

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    ebook book The Outsider Ñ inspireconsulting.co.za Download Albert Camus î 6 review summary The Outsider I enjoyed the read I felt as though I was walking alongside the main character throughoutI understand how it can be seen to highlight the absurdity of human life and of everything for that matter However from time to time I felt as though I was in the mind of a man with a slight leaning toward Asperger Syndrome By that I mean his lack of empathy his inability to think and feel outside of himself other than t

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    Albert Camus î 6 review free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Albert Camus ebook book The Outsider Ñ inspireconsulting.co.za Download The protagonist’s almost monosyllabic first person narration emphasises his natural detachment from societyTo anyone familiar with Meursault restricting sentiment to an acceptable minimum bears his trademark frankness and it conside

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The Outsider

free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Albert Camus The Outsider free read à 6 Albert Camus î 6 review 'My mother died today Or maybe yesterday I don't know'In The Outsider 1942 his classic existentialist novel Camus explores the alienation of an individual who refuses to conform to social norms Meursault his anti hero will not lie When his mother dies he refuses to show his emotions simply to satisfy the expectations of others And when he commits a random act of violence on a sun drenched beach near Algiers his lack of remorse compounds his guilt in the eyes of society and the law Yet he is as much a victim as a criminalAlbert Camus' portrayal of a man confro. L Etranger the first novel by Albert Camus is always very well worth reading but it has to be admitted that this Penguin edition translated by Sandra Smith has to be the best English translation on the market showing a better awareness of certain nuances between French and English So if you cannot read French then this is the edition to go forFirst published in 1942 this was not a big hit in fact it did rather poorly although it was much appreciated This was to change when Sartre wrote about it and since then this has come on to be something that many have read throughout the world Here then we meet Meursault who when this opens has just received a message that his mother has died Thus he has to make arrangements uickly to get to the home she was in as the funeral is held uickly due to the heat of AlgeriaReturning back home after the funeral so he carries on as normal going to work and meeting a woman he used to work with and forming a relationship From there he helps a friend and ends up shooting a man although we are never really given any reason for this by Meursault who does seem to be someone who has a certain deadness when it comes to expressing different emotions Indeed we only ever see him get angry once in this short novel and that is near the endBeing prosecuted for the killing so he is incarcerated with a death sentence hanging over him What will happen though As Meaursault realises his not crying at his mother s funeral seems to have bearing on his crime than the actual killing itself Camus really brings to life the absurdism of life and all the elements of his philosophy in this book which will make you think and also laugh After all one of his neighbours has a dog who he always moans and complains about but when it goes missing is devastatedSince this was first published it has caused much debate and many papers on various aspects have been written it has also influenced many and it has to be admitted is a joy to read In all then if you want to read about alienation and not conforming then this is a must have

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free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Albert Camus The Outsider free read à 6 Albert Camus î 6 review Nting the absurd and revolting against the injustice of society depicts the paradox of man's joy in life when faced with the 'tender indifference' of the world Sandra Smith's translation based on close listening to a recording of Camus reading his work aloud on French radio in 1954 sensitively renders the subtleties and dream like atmosphere of L'ÉtrangerAlbert Camus 1913 1960 French novelist essayist and playwright is one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century His most famous works include The Myth of Sisyphus 1942 The Plague 1947 The Just 194. This short but well written book provides a thought provoking existentialist consideration of the value of life and death through the eyes of Meursault His detachment from life inability to form strong emotional attachments to others and lack of remorse for a crime committed out of pure amorality play at least as significant a part in his subseuent trial as the act of violence itself a fact which Camus contrives Meursault to accept and the reader to regretI liked the short direct sentences of this powerful first person account which dislocate the reader from Meursault cleverly replicating his isolation from the other characters For me part of the satisfaction of Camus s treatment of his theme was the journey of discovery that Meursault and the reader undertake together since it is only towards the end of the novel when Meursault finally discovers the value of his own life that the reader gets to know the narratorThis is my first exposure to Camus and won t be my last

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free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Albert Camus The Outsider free read à 6 Albert Camus î 6 review 9 The Rebel 1951 and The Fall 1956 He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 and his last novel The First Man unfinished at the time of his death appeared in print for the first time in 1994 and was published in English soon after by Hamish HamiltonSandra Smith was born and raised in New York City and is a Fellow of Robinson College University of Cambridge where she teaches French Literature and Language She has won the French American Foundation Florence Gould Foundation Translation Prize as well as the PEN Book of the Month Club Translation Priz. I had similar feelings about this novel as I did to the previous Camus novel I read back in 2012 The Plague Like that one the events surrounding the life of the narrator have an otherworldly feel seeming to take place in a time bubble we only know it is set in the author s native French Algeria through the references to unnamed Arab characters and swelteringly hot weather The first half of the novel was very banal dealing with the death of the narrator s mother and his interactions with his neighbours including the unpleasant Raymond and with his lover Marie Then a dramatic incident half way through leads to a change of pace and the narrator is tried for murder His own character and temperament do not help him in this situation and his circumstances deteriorate While the second half was a dramatic read it is still told in an impersonal and distant style not typical of a first person accountWhen I did my French A level back in the mid 80s this was one of set texts some of us studied though in my class we did Sartre s Les Mains Sales which was interesting than this and for which I am retrospectively grateful to my teachers of 1984

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  • The Outsider
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  • 03 December 2018
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