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Sur Albert Camus: L'Étranger. La porte du malheur: Le cas Meursault By Christian Milz
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Le meurtre d’un Algérien commis par Meursault et le procès qui s‘ensuivit soulevèrent des questions qui n’ont toujours pas trouvé de réponses... More > aujourd’hui ; et ceci, en dépit du fait qu’il s’agit d’un dossier criminel et que la littérature grouille de polars en tous genres. Pourquoi ne pas confier le cas Meursault à un détective ? C’est exactement ce que cet essai se propose de faire. Et le résultat en est aussi stupéfiant que spectaculaire.< Less
Burgundy Secrets a Bicycle Your France E Guide By Walter Judson Moore
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My second guidebook and friend, BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE: SECRET BURGUNDY, now has a facelift, all redrawn maps, waypoints with GPS data and renamed as BURGUNDY SECRETS. All sixteen of the original route... More > maps are included, but now easier to understand and navigate. Elevation data was acquired every 200 meters on each route and new profiles drafted. All routes include discussions of a few villages, historical personalities and points of interest along the way. Included with each route is the latest method for listing Waypoints. Now each Waypoint locates longitude and latitude in degrees, minutes and seconds (to the hundredth), and in digital format. Cyclists with GPS-enabled smartphones may check each of the turn instructions while their companions either wait around or get on with the ride. As with all other BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE guidebooks, this guide also offers a companion publication, QUEUE SHEETS, with just the Waypoint listings (with GPS), route maps and elevation profile.< Less
Journal of Camus Studies 2012 By Camus Society
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Journal of Camus Studies 2012 17 scholarly articles on the literature and philosophy of Albert Camus. CONTRIBUTORS: ERIC BERG BRADEN CANNON JACKSON DOUGHART INGRID FERNANDEZ PETER FRANCEV GIOVANNI... More > GAETANI GEORGE HEFFERNAN EMILY HOLMAN PEADAR KEARNEY STEFAN LANCY JERRY LARSON SIMON LEA BENEDICT O’DONOHOE NICHOLAS PADFIELD PATRICK REILLY LUKE RICHARDSON RON SRIGLEY< Less
Quick Guide: The Stranger By College Guide World
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The title character is Meursault, an Algerian who seemingly irrationally kills an Arab man whom he recognizes in French Algiers. The story is divided into two parts: Meursault's first-person... More > narrative view before and after the murder, respectively. Part one begins with Meursault being notified of his mother's death. At her funeral, he expresses none of the expected emotions of grief. When asked if he wishes to view the body, he says no, and, instead, smokes and drinks coffee with milk in front of the coffin. Rather than expressing his feelings, he only comments to the reader about the others at the funeral. He later encounters Marie, a former employee of his firm, and the two become re-acquainted and begin to have a sexual relationship, regardless of the fact that Meursault's mother died just a day before.< Less
The Stranger By Albert Camus
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The titular character is Meursault, an indifferent French Algerian ("a citizen of France domiciled in North Africa, a man of the Mediterranean, an homme du midi yet one who hardly partakes of... More > the traditional Mediterranean culture"),who, after attending his mother's funeral, apathetically kills an Arab man whom he recognises in French Algiers. The story is divided into two parts, presenting Meursault's first-person narrative view before and after the murder, respectively.< Less
Journal of Camus Studies By Camus Society
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Journal of Camus Studies 2012 17 scholarly essays on the literature and philosophy of Albert Camus. Contributors: ERIC BERG BRADEN CANNON JACKSON DOUGHART INGRID FERNANDEZ PETER FRANCEV GIOVANNI... More > GAETANI GEORGE HEFFERNAN EMILY HOLMAN PEADAR KEARNEY STEFAN LANCY JERRY LARSON SIMON LEA BENEDICT O’DONOHOE NICHOLAS PADFIELD PATRICK REILLY LUKE RICHARDSON RON SRIGLEY www.camus-society.com< Less
A Quick Guide to "The Stranger" By Students’ Academy
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The central theme of the novel is existentialism. The story revolves around the central character Meursault, an Algerian. He happens to be a French citizen who lives in North Africa. He is a man of... More > the Mediterranean, though he hardly partakes of the traditional Mediterranean culture. He kills an Arab man whom he recognizes in French Algiers. There are two parts of the story: Meursault’s first person narrative view before the murder and after the murder, respectively. A Quick Guide to "The Stranger" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Summary Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Further Notes< Less
L'Indifférent (Albert Camus unlimited) By Fanfan Auriol
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Pour conquérir sa prof, Ali Ruben enquête sur la personnalité d’un vieil homme qui prétend être le Meursault de l’Etranger de Camus. Un roman... More > d’amour, un thriller littéraire, portés par uns style pimenté d’humour et de dialogues percutants. Le récit part au galop et ne quitte plus son rythme. Pris dans le jeu endiablé d’un amour conquérant, Ali Ruben ne craint pas de bousculer le politiquement correct en interrogeant la France sur son passé colonial. Servie par des personnages tour-à-tour agaçants, généreux, potaches, fous de désir – une belle jeune femme intelligente et sensible, un vieil homme revenu de tout, une cougar avisée, un étudiant passionné et entreprenant – Fanfan Auriol rend ici un bel hommage, subtil et original, au plus classique des écrivains engagés du XXème siècle. Certainement, un scénario original qui ferait un film épatant.< Less
El extranjero By Albert Camus
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Todo comienza con la muerte de su madre. Meursault que se encuentra en Argel, ciudad donde desempeña un trabajo sin ambición, sin futuro; una vida sin metas, sin deseos, tiene que... More > viajar unos cuantos kilómetros, para despedicirse de su madre. Allí muestra una actitud poco usual para la mayoría de la gente que lo juzga, inhumano, ya que, en vez de preocuparse por su madre, solo se fija en el cansancio que siente, en el calor que lo abruma, pero nunca menciona ningún dolor, por el acontecimiento, que para muchos es muy triste y doloroso. Considerado para el solo como un trámite, regresa a Argel, su vida no sufre ningún cambio por la muerte de su madre, y es de entender, ya que tenía varios meses de no vivir con ella, y ni si quiera ir a visitarla. Su vida, lleva un tono de aburrimiento perpetuo impresionante, a pesar de tener un romance con María, antigua mecanógrafa de su oficina, su vida, su persona parece no tener ningún sentimiento, ni de tristeza ni de felicidad...< Less