Tag: French Literature

The Odd Proceedings of the Meursault Trial in “The Stranger”

In Albert Camus’ novel, “The Stranger,” the trial of one Mr. Meursault begins as a murder case. However, the focus of the trial drifts considerably from the original charge. After a short time, the proceedings are no longer about a murder. Meursault’s very nature as an extremely passive, nonchalant person ends up being put on […]

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