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The Stranger

The Stranger

by Albert Camus

The Stranger: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. The Stranger reflects Camus’s philosophical stance as _______.→Absurdist
2. The Stranger opens up with an announcement of ____→Death
3. The Stranger focuses on one man’s _________ from society, from friends, from his lover, from human emotion, and eventually from normal logic.→Romanticism
4. The remorseless Meursault is no less guilty than the criminal who, in order to save himself, becomes remorseful for his crime after the fact. Which theme is this?→Sadness
5. ____ is an attempt to create meaning.→Philosophy

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