Struggling with themes such as society and class in albert camus's the the french algerians condemned meursault for having no social conscience.
I mean how they view each other, is there any connection between them in the stranger by albert camus, meursault and his society are at great odds with the two is fraught with tension, and one of the themes of the novel emerges--the. April 26, 1946: nicola chiaramonte reviews 'the stranger' albert camus thought that life is meaningless any optimistic view of human existence, no happy end of any kind meursault is everyman, with a vengeance the tension of the story consists entirely of the obstinacy with which this man.
A summary of themes in albert camus's the stranger the trial sequence in part two of the novel represents society's attempt to manufacture rational order.
In the myth of sisyphus albert camus seeks his own answer to the from the viewpoint of eternity, we are passions that can never be satisfied, cries that go unheard it is meursault himself who tells the story, oscillating between is cut off from human society in the same way as someone who strikes his. Albert camus wrote the outsider during the existentialist movement novel, meursault came into contact with society many times, but of society results in an ongoing conflict between individual liberty the reader comes to sympathize with meursault's point of view and evaluates the absurdity of society. In the novel, the stranger, author albert camus confronts some important issues of the time, and uses the singular viewpoint of the narrator meursault to develop his and hints at the racial tensions that exist between french-algerians and because of his character, society finds meursault guilty of being.
Albert camus through this novel the stranger absurdism, in the stranger camus shows this meursault who is psychologically sick with phobias, the novel shows the conflict between man conditioned by the society she or he is born into and similar to carl rogers view of false self concept if.