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The Stranger

The Stranger

  

by Albert Camus

The Stranger: Themes (For the Most Part) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Stranger? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. The Stranger reflects Camus’s philosophical stance as _______.


Absurdist
Realist
Romantic
Nihilist
Cardiologist
Q. The Stranger opens up with an announcement of ____


Birth
Death
Marriage
Confession
Bar Mitzvah
Q. The Stranger focuses on one man’s _________ from society, from friends, from his lover, from human emotion, and eventually from normal logic.


Integration
Desperation
Romanticism
Isolation
Disintermediation
Q. Meursault is remorseless for the murder he commits, and feels nothing about death in general, because he doesn't see any meaning in the world. To which theme does this relate?


Isolation
Man and the Natural World
Sadness
Gender
Madness
Q. ____ is an attempt to create meaning.


Philosophy
Geometry
Calculus
Biology
Religion
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