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Relationships in times of crisis How their husband or wife helps the main characters when things are going wrong for them In The outsider by Albert Camus and Death and the maiden by Ariel Dorfman the mind and souls of the main characters are struggling one for freedom and the other for peace We will see in this essay how both individuals are getting help from their closely related friend and husband how do they manage to support them in some terrible ordeals The problems associated with them are often inside them so that only their partners can feel and see through their heart In the first part of the essay we will discuss the case of Meursault In a second part we will take a look at the other play by Ariel Dorfman In a third and final part we will see the resemblance of these two different relationships In The outsider we have a typical and complicated crisis the worse thing that could happen to a man Meursault the main character in the novel is brought into court after committing a murder he is then sentenced to jail and later to the death penalty Marie is a girl in love with Meursault but its a one-way love because he doesnt seem to love her that much he respects and likes her but isnt deep in love with her Marie helps Meursault when his troubles arrive they are not even married but she still wants to help him and she visits him in jail once if they had been married she would have visited him more He says Maries first and only visit What brings them so close is probably the love Marie has for Meursault she cares about him for example the day after the funeral of Meursaults mother Marie sees that he is wearing a black tie and she asked him why
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