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As soon as Meursault realises that petty details of his past are linked together to paint a certain picture of his character, he loses his interest in the trial. This book captured someone that understood the affects of what happened but didn’t understand why you needed to get emotional about it. So in order to fully grasp the intent behind this classic novel, we must look into just what existentialism is and more practically absurdism.

Our MC was guilty.

Stranac by Albert Camus (3 star ratings)

Camus je u masovnoj politici koju je priznavao Sartre u ime radikalnog marksizma vidio refleksivni totalitarizam. In the first part, through narrating arbitrary episodes of his everyday life, we can deduce the picture of a man whose routine is confined to his own flat, his neighbourhood, office, restaurant and beach.


But for me, he came across as depressed more than anything else. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Open Preview See a Problem?

It is this honesty that gets him executed in the end. View all 3 comments. I expect more absurdism in my absurdist fiction, I suppose. And how bad is the society that it sttanac …more I think you are misinterpreting the book. Will probably come back to it when I have a greater understanding of philosophy.

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U jednom vamus iz Is this how “true” literature feels? Open Preview See a Problem? Overall, not the best book I’ve read for school, but one that vamus well in a Socratic seminar or any type of discussion. I wonder how many students fall into the trap of picking this novel thinking it was short only to discover how difficult it is to analyse. U Mitu o Sizifutaj dualizam postaje paradoks: And how bad is the society that it thinks everyone has to cry at their mothers’ funerals just because that is the custom.

I am a great fan of Camus. I can see why so many people love this book with its philosophical questions, existentialism, nod to atheism, etc.

At last, he comes to comprehend the gap between his human nature and the futility of his existence in the universe. I think the “meat” of this book, and what made it a classic, is mostly contained in the final chapter.

Nakon toga se, zajedno s cijelom redakcijom Paris-Soiraseli u Bordeaux. Albert Camus was a representative of non-metropolitan French literature.


View all 5 comments. The main character was very unemotional and lived off of facts. As soon as Meursault realises that petty details of his past are linked together to paint a certain picture of his character, he loses his interest in the trial.

The primary trouble with this novel is that it doesn’t go far enough, or at the least, doesn’t explore what absurdities it does present. Absurdism, as commonly defined by philosophers, refers to the constant conflict between the human tendency to search for intrinsic meaning or value in life and the human incapability to find any in such chaotic and purposeless universe.

Did I hate this book? It is well written, and managed to win a nobel somehow I have to believe that is due to the timesso if one isn’t much familiar with absurdism in particular, or existentialism in general, it may be worth a read.

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Powers that be are more annoyed with unrelated behaviors than the crime itself. The novel follows a first-person narrative that explores the events before and after this murder. See all 38 questions about Stranac….