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REVIEW Ú L’Étranger And the excitement of a perfectly executed thriller The Stranger is the work of one of the most engaged and intellectually alert writers of the past centu English The Stranger Italiano The Stranger was suggested to me by the protagonist of another book The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Actually many books are cited in The Perks of being a Wallflower but The Stranger is the book that intrigued the protagonist and meMeursault is a modest employee of French extraction who lives in Algiers He lives his daily routine with indifference unable to openly manifest even the simplest emotions And it is with apathy that he learns the news of the death of his mother who lived her last years in a hospiceMother died today Or maybe yesterday I can t be sureAnd it is again with apathy that one day going to the beach with friends Meursault kills an Arab Emotionless he undergoes the arrest and the conseuent process calmly accepting the inevitability of his destiny Not a hero or an antihero Meursault is the stranger par excellence alien to all the emotional manifestations that are common to humans similar to an Asimovian android than to a manA small book that is consumed in one day but it eats away at you for weeksVote 8 Lo Straniero mi stato suggerito dal protagonista di un altro libro Noi siamo infinito di Stephen Chbosky In realt se ne citano tanti di libri in Noi siamo Infinito ma Lo Straniero uello che pi ha incuriosito il protagonista ed il sottoscrittoMeursault un modesto impiegato di origine francesi che vive ad Algeri Vive la routine uotidiana con indifferenza incapace di manifestare apertamente perfino le emozioni pi semplici Ed con apatia che apprende la notizia della morte della madre da tempo relegata in un ospizioOggi morta mamma O forse ieri non soEd sempre con apatia che un giorno recatosi in spiaggia con amici Meursault uccide un arabo Impassibile subisce l arresto ed il conseguente processo accettando con calma l ineluttabilit del suo destino N eroe n antieroe Meursault lo straniero per antonomasia estraneo a tutte le manifestazioni emotive comuni agli esseri umani simile pi a un androide asimoviano che ad un uomoUn piccolo libro che si consuma in un giorno ma che continua a roderti dentro per settimaneVoto 8 Gods and Generals lives in Algiers He Perfect Ponies 3 in 1 Keeping Faith Last Hope Sweet Charity PERFECT PONIES lives his daily routine with indifference unable to openly manifest even the simplest emotions And it is with apathy that he Pillars of the Earth learns the news of the death of his mother who Sigil Irdesi Empire #1 lived her Death of a Ghost last years in a hospiceMother died today Or maybe yesterday I can t be sureAnd it is again with apathy that one day going to the beach with friends Meursault kills an Arab Emotionless he undergoes the arrest and the conseuent process calmly accepting the inevitability of his destiny Not a hero or an antihero Meursault is the stranger par excellence alien to all the emotional manifestations that are common to humans similar to an Asimovian android than to a manA small book that is consumed in one day but it eats away at you for weeksVote 8 Lo Straniero mi stato suggerito dal protagonista di un altro Why Arent They Shouting? libro Noi siamo infinito di Stephen Chbosky In realt se ne citano tanti di Why I Went Back libri in Noi siamo Infinito ma Lo Straniero uello che pi ha incuriosito il protagonista ed il sottoscrittoMeursault un modesto impiegato di origine francesi che vive ad Algeri Vive Horse Sense la routine uotidiana con indifferenza incapace di manifestare apertamente perfino Wild Horses Saddle Club #58 le emozioni pi semplici Ed con apatia che apprende London in an Hour la notizia della morte della madre da tempo relegata in un ospizioOggi morta mamma O forse ieri non soEd sempre con apatia che un giorno recatosi in spiaggia con amici Meursault uccide un arabo Impassibile subisce Undressing The Devil Black Lace l arresto ed il conseguente processo accettando con calma Little Answer l ineluttabilit del suo destino N eroe n antieroe Meursault Undercover Secrets Black Lace Series lo straniero per antonomasia estraneo a tutte Amethyst le manifestazioni emotive comuni agli esseri umani simile pi a un androide asimoviano che ad un uomoUn piccolo In My Own Words libro che si consuma in un giorno ma che continua a roderti dentro per settimaneVoto 8

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REVIEW Ú L’Étranger Albert Camus’s spare laconic masterpiece about a Frenchman who murders an Arab in Algeria is famous for having diagnosed with a clarity almost scientific I don t know what to do with these stars any I give stars to books and then I think god you give five stars to everything people will think you are terribly undiscriminating so then I give four stars or even three stars to some books Then I look back and it turns out that that I ve given four stars to Of Human Bondage and honestly how could I possibly have thought it was a good idea to give that book less than five stars It is the absurdity of human conventions that has us doing such thingsNow that is what is called a segue from the Italian seguire to follow For the last thirty years I have studiously avoided reading this book I have done that because for the last thirty years I have known exactly what this book is about and there just didn t seem any point in reading it In high school friends one of them even became my ex wife told me it was a great book about a man condemned to die because he was an outsider Later I was told that this book was a story about something much like the Azaria Chamberlain case A case where someone does not react in a way that is considered to be socially appropriate and is therefore condemnedBut after 30 years of avoiding reading this book I have finally relented and read it At first I didn t think I was going to enjoy it It didn t really get off to the raciest of starts and the character s voice it is told in first person was a bit dull He is a man who lives entirely in the present how terribly Buddhist of him although really there doesn t seem to be all that much to himMy opinion of the book began to change at his mother s funeral I particularly liked the man who kept falling behind in the march to the cemetery and would take short cuts Okay so it is black humour but Camus was or less French so black humour is or less obligatoryI really hadn t expected this book to be nearly so funny as it turned out I d always been told it was a ponderous philosophical text and so to be honest I was expecting to be bored out of my skull I wasn t in the least bit boredA constant theme in my life at present is that I read classics expecting them to be about something and they end up being about something completely different And given I ve called this a constant theme then you might think I would be less than surprised when a read a new classic and it turns out to be completely different to my expectations I m a little upset about this one than some of the others as I ve been told about this one before repeatedly and by people I d have taken as reputable sources although frankly how well one should trust one s ex wife in such matters is mootI had gotten the distinct impression from all of my previous discussions about this book that the guy ends up dead In fact this is not the case he ends up at the point in his life where he has no idea if he will be freed or not The Priest who comes to him at the end is actually uite certain that he will be freed Let s face it he is only guilty of having murdered an Arab and as we have daily evidence Westerners can murder Arabs with complete impunity The main point of the book to me is when he realises he is no longer free He needs this explained to him because life up until then had been about getting used to things and one can get used to just about anything But the prison guard helpfully informs him that he is being punished and the manifestation of that punishment is the removal of his freedom Interestingly he didn t notice the difference between his past free life and his current unfree one The most interesting part of the book to me was the very end the conversation with the priest The religious often make the mistake of thinking that Atheists are one thing I ve no idea how they ever came to make this mistake but make it they do Given that there are thousands upon thousands of different shades of Christians from Jesuit Catholics to Anti Disney Episcopalians it should be fairly obvious that something like Atheism without any organised church or even system of beliefs could not be in anyway homogeneous I am definitely not the same kind of Atheist as Camus To Camus there is no truth the world is essentially absurd and all that exists is the relative truth an individual places on events and ideas This makes the conversation with the priest fascinatingly interesting To the priest the prisoner who is facing death is by necessity someone who is interested in God You can play around with ideas like the non existence of God when it doesn t seem to matter life is long and blasphemy can seem fun but surely when confronted with the stark truth of the human condition any man would turn away from their disbelief and see the shining lightNot this little black duck Now if I was in that cell I would have argued with the priest too but I would not have argued in the same way that Meursault argues No I do not believe in God but I do believe in truth and so Camus arguments are barred to meMeursault essentially says Look I m bored I m totally uninterested in the rubbish you are talking now go away Now this is a reasonable response What is very interesting is that the priest cannot accept this as an answer The world is not allowed to have such a person in it if such a person really did exist then it would be a fundamental challenge to the core beliefs of the priest So he has to assume Meursault is either lying to him or is trying to taunt him But it is much worse he is absolutely sincere he is not interested in this truth I don t know that the world is completely meaningless it is conventional rather than meaningless That those conventions are arbitrary decided by the culture we grew up in doesn t make them meaningless it makes them conventional I don t think I would like to live in a world where people go up and kill Arabs pretty much at random and with impunity but then again we have already established this is precisely the world I do live in My point is that it would be better if we did adhere to some sort of moral principles and that these should be better principles than he should be killed because he didn t cry at his mum s funeral Camus is seeking to say that all of our moral principles in the end come to be as meaningless as that we judge on the basis of what we see from the framework of our own limited experience And look yes there is much to this but this ends up being too easyThe thing I like most about Existentialism though it isn t really as evident in this book as it is in the actual philosophy although this is something that Meursault is supposed to have grown to understand sorry just one sub clause even though this wasn t something I noticed at all while reading the book was the notion of responsibility I didn t think in the end Meursault was all that much responsible for his actions than he had been at the start But I do think that responsibility is a key concept in morality and one that seems increasingly to be ignoredBetter by far that we feel responsible for too much in our lives than too little better by far that we take responsibility for the actions of our governments say than to call these governments them I m not advocating believing in The Secret but that if one must err better to err on the side of believing you have too much responsibility for how your life has turned out rather than too littleSo what can I say I enjoyed this much than I expected but I m still glad I waited before reading it I really don t think I would have gotten nearly as much out of it at 15 as I did now Sand Omnibus laconic masterpiece about a Frenchman who murders an Arab in Algeria is famous for having diagnosed with a clarity almost scientific I don t know what to do with these stars any I give stars to books and then I think god you give five stars to everything people will think you are terribly undiscriminating so then I give four stars or even three stars to some books Then I The Sword of Honour Trilogy look back and it turns out that that I ve given four stars to Of Human Bondage and honestly how could I possibly have thought it was a good idea to give that book Une demande en mariage Annotated less than five stars It is the absurdity of human conventions that has us doing such thingsNow that is what is called a segue from the Italian seguire to follow For the The Secret of the Sacred Temple Cambodia last thirty years I have studiously avoided reading this book I have done that because for the Indurain: La historia definitiva del mejor corredor del Tour de Francia (Córner) last thirty years I have known exactly what this book is about and there just didn t seem any point in reading it In high school friends one of them even became my ex wife told me it was a great book about a man condemned to die because he was an outsider Later I was told that this book was a story about something much Old Sins like the Azaria Chamberlain case A case where someone does not react in a way that is considered to be socially appropriate and is therefore condemnedBut after 30 years of avoiding reading this book I have finally relented and read it At first I didn t think I was going to enjoy it It didn t really get off to the raciest of starts and the character s voice it is told in first person was a bit dull He is a man who The Real Romney lives entirely in the present how terribly Buddhist of him although really there doesn t seem to be all that much to himMy opinion of the book began to change at his mother s funeral I particularly Liar liked the man who kept falling behind in the march to the cemetery and would take short cuts Okay so it is black humour but Camus was or The Final Warning less French so black humour is or Cat Dog less obligatoryI really hadn t expected this book to be nearly so funny as it turned out I d always been told it was a ponderous philosophical text and so to be honest I was expecting to be bored out of my skull I wasn t in the Katie Morag Stories least bit boredA constant theme in my Why Men Skim Stones life at present is that I read classics expecting them to be about something and they end up being about something completely different And given I ve called this a constant theme then you might think I would be Phantom Horse Saddle Club #59 less than surprised when a read a new classic and it turns out to be completely different to my expectations I m a Kiss Kiss little upset about this one than some of the others as I ve been told about this one before repeatedly and by people I d have taken as reputable sources although frankly how well one should trust one s ex wife in such matters is mootI had gotten the distinct impression from all of my previous discussions about this book that the guy ends up dead In fact this is not the case he ends up at the point in his Road to the Dales life where he has no idea if he will be freed or not The Priest who comes to him at the end is actually uite certain that he will be freed Let s face it he is only guilty of having murdered an Arab and as we have daily evidence Westerners can murder Arabs with complete impunity The main point of the book to me is when he realises he is no Ask the Past longer free He needs this explained to him because Outsider life up until then had been about getting used to things and one can get used to just about anything But the prison guard helpfully informs him that he is being punished and the manifestation of that punishment is the removal of his freedom Interestingly he didn t notice the difference between his past free Sinful Cinderella life and his current unfree one The most interesting part of the book to me was the very end the conversation with the priest The religious often make the mistake of thinking that Atheists are one thing I ve no idea how they ever came to make this mistake but make it they do Given that there are thousands upon thousands of different shades of Christians from Jesuit Catholics to Anti Disney Episcopalians it should be fairly obvious that something Flavor like Atheism without any organised church or even system of beliefs could not be in anyway homogeneous I am definitely not the same kind of Atheist as Camus To Camus there is no truth the world is essentially absurd and all that exists is the relative truth an individual places on events and ideas This makes the conversation with the priest fascinatingly interesting To the priest the prisoner who is facing death is by necessity someone who is interested in God You can play around with ideas Interrupted Honeymoon like the non existence of God when it doesn t seem to matter Kd life is S'enfuir Récit d'un otage long and blasphemy can seem fun but surely when confronted with the stark truth of the human condition any man would turn away from their disbelief and see the shining Coltrane lightNot this The Death of Sweet Mister little black duck Now if I was in that cell I would have argued with the priest too but I would not have argued in the same way that Meursault argues No I do not believe in God but I do believe in truth and so Camus arguments are barred to meMeursault essentially says Look I m bored I m totally uninterested in the rubbish you are talking now go away Now this is a reasonable response What is very interesting is that the priest cannot accept this as an answer The world is not allowed to have such a person in it if such a person really did exist then it would be a fundamental challenge to the core beliefs of the priest So he has to assume Meursault is either The Game of Lives lying to him or is trying to taunt him But it is much worse he is absolutely sincere he is not interested in this truth I don t know that the world is completely meaningless it is conventional rather than meaningless That those conventions are arbitrary decided by the culture we grew up in doesn t make them meaningless it makes them conventional I don t think I would What a Carve Up like to What a Carve Up live in a world where people go up and kill Arabs pretty much at random and with impunity but then again we have already established this is precisely the world I do Ivy Lane live in My point is that it would be better if we did adhere to some sort of moral principles and that these should be better principles than he should be killed because he didn t cry at his mum s funeral Camus is seeking to say that all of our moral principles in the end come to be as meaningless as that we judge on the basis of what we see from the framework of our own Better Living Through Criticism limited experience And Rosie Meadows Regrets look yes there is much to this but this ends up being too easyThe thing I The Boy in the Cupboard like most about Existentialism though it isn t really as evident in this book as it is in the actual philosophy although this is something that Meursault is supposed to have grown to understand sorry just one sub clause even though this wasn t something I noticed at all while reading the book was the notion of responsibility I didn t think in the end Meursault was all that much responsible for his actions than he had been at the start But I do think that responsibility is a key concept in morality and one that seems increasingly to be ignoredBetter by far that we feel responsible for too much in our Echo Come Home lives than too Bugs in SpaceStarring Captain Bug Rogers little better by far that we take responsibility for the actions of our governments say than to call these governments them I m not advocating believing in The Secret but that if one must err better to err on the side of believing you have too much responsibility for how your Infinity: Beyond the Beyond the Beyond life has turned out rather than too Juneteenth A Novel littleSo what can I say I enjoyed this much than I expected but I m still glad I waited before reading it I really don t think I would have gotten nearly as much 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REVIEW Ú L’Étranger That condition of reckless alienation and spiritual exhaustion that characterized so much of twentieth century life Possessing both the force of a parable A short review because there are so many other good reviews of this classic When I first read this eons ago I assumed the stranger was the Arab man that the main character kills on the beach It s set in Algeria Not so Meursault the main character is a man without feelings and one incapable of feeling remorse Those deficiencies show at his mother s death when he does not cry and does not even seem terribly upset They show again when he agrees to write a letter for a friend so that the friend can invite his ex girlfriend back so he can beat her up Mostly they are revealed when he shoots a stranger an Arab after an altercation on the beach Five shots first one a pause and then four The four is what eventually gets him convicted He lives in a poor violent neighborhood where when one man s wife dies he starts beating his dog instead of his wife As for the dog he s sort of taken on his master s stooped look muzzle down neck straining They look as if they belong to the same species and yet they hate each other Meursault has a girlfriend that he likes but mostly he doesn t care about her one way or the other These two passages say it all A minute later she asked me if I loved her I told her it didn t mean anything but that I didn t think so She looked sad And That evening Marie came by to see me and asked me if I wanted to marry her I said it didn t make any difference to me and that we could if she wanted to His boss at a shipping company asks him if he want to be transferred to a job in Paris Then he asked me if I wasn t interested in a change of life I said that people never change their lives that in any case one life was as good as another At his trial for the murder he feels that the prosecutor and his lawyer are arguing in a way that has nothing to do with him He has a surge of feeling that he is dying to say something but then thinks But on second thought I didn t have anything to say When he s convicted and sentenced to death he also acts as if it s no big deal But everybody knows life isn t worth livingSince we re all going to die it s obvious that when and how don t matter The book is a classic early modern work of anomie alienation and a general indifference to life It s also perhaps a spin off from Crime and Punishment Today a novel like this would take us back to Meursault s childhood to show us why he turned out like this Camus doesn t do that so we can only speculate or perhaps attribute it to genetics As a classic in English translation a lot has been made of its opening and closing sentences In the edition I read the first sentence is translated as Maman died today Should it be Today mother died On the last page is a sentence I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world Should it be instead I laid my heart open to the gentle indifference of the universe I m reminded of the review I did of Mogens by Jens Peter Jacobsen where the foreword tells us that the author felt it would be a different story if it began It was summer rather than Summer it was Still a great classic Beni Said Beach from skyscrapercitycomPhoto of the author from port magazinecom The Hometown Hero Returns Home to Harbor Town #1 life Possessing both the force of a parable A short review because there are so many other good reviews of this classic When I first read this eons ago I assumed the stranger was the Arab man that the main character kills on the beach It s set in Algeria Not so Meursault the main character is a man without feelings and one incapable of feeling remorse Those deficiencies show at his mother s death when he does not cry and does not even seem terribly upset They show again when he agrees to write a Hajnali láz letter for a friend so that the friend can invite his ex girlfriend back so he can beat her up Mostly they are revealed when he shoots a stranger an Arab after an altercation on the beach Five shots first one a pause and then four The four is what eventually gets him convicted He Jogging Round Majorca lives in a poor violent neighborhood where when one man s wife dies he starts beating his dog instead of his wife As for the dog he s sort of taken on his master s stooped May Takes the Lead Pony Tails #5 look muzzle down neck straining They uincy Jordan Crystal Bay Girls #1 look as if they belong to the same species and yet they hate each other Meursault has a girlfriend that he Смерть постороннего likes but mostly he doesn t care about her one way or the other These two passages say it all A minute Dragonfly in Amber later she asked me if I The Path of Initiation loved her I told her it didn t mean anything but that I didn t think so She The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson looked sad And That evening Marie came by to see me and asked me if I wanted to marry her I said it didn t make any difference to me and that we could if she wanted to His boss at a shipping company asks him if he want to be transferred to a job in Paris Then he asked me if I wasn t interested in a change of My Sisters Wishes life I said that people never change their Flesh Wounds lives that in any case one At Sixes and Sevens life was as good as another At his trial for the murder he feels that the prosecutor and his Mr Piper and His Cubs lawyer are arguing in a way that has nothing to do with him He has a surge of feeling that he is dying to say something but then thinks But on second thought I didn t have anything to say When he s convicted and sentenced to death he also acts as if it s no big deal But everybody knows A More Christlike Way life isn t worth Once Upon a Crime livingSince we re all going to die it s obvious that when and how don t matter The book is a classic early modern work of anomie alienation and a general indifference to The Shadow Writer life It s also perhaps a spin off from Crime and Punishment Today a novel Skinjob like this would take us back to Meursault s childhood to show us why he turned out Proud like this Camus doesn t do that so we can only speculate or perhaps attribute it to genetics As a classic in English translation a Top Dog lot has been made of its opening and closing sentences In the edition I read the first sentence is translated as Maman died today Should it be Today mother died On the Bandit's Moon last page is a sentence I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world Should it be instead I Hamlet Retelling Hogarth Shakespeare #8 laid my heart open to the gentle indifference of the universe I m reminded of the review I did of Mogens by Jens Peter Jacobsen where the foreword tells us that the author felt it would be a different story if it began It was summer rather than Summer it was Still a great classic Beni Said Beach from skyscrapercitycomPhoto of the author from port magazinecom


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  • L’Étranger
  • Albert Camus
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  • 03 December 2018
  • 9780679420262