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Unknowingly Mersault spends his last few months of freedom oblivious to societys conformity In one slash of the suns ray he changes his very being of existentialism Through harsh reality and the judging of society Mersault sees what it has to offer but yet he rises up Christ-like and dies without conforming The existential novel The Stranger by Albert Camus shows such a man and his indifference to society Mersaults lack of emotion and opinion is the very basis of his daily life Events surrounding him have no effect on or provoke any kind of action from him To society this would be recognized as abnormal An event such as death of a loved one even receives a passive notion from Mersault Maman died today Or yesterday maybe I dont know p1Mamans death was one of those things that was bound to happen sooner or later I thought so toop33 This to society is a big non-conforming action In society the death of a loved one is one of the most painful things one must go through where as Mersault talks of it as something insignificant Marriage in society is taken pretty seriously given that over the years the ability to divorce has become more acceptable as well as easy When Mersault is asked about the subject he doesnt think much of it and states that if she wanted to then it was fine so why marry me then I explained to her that it didnt really matter and that if she wanted to we could get marriedp41 Another aspect of society is authority and morals One knows that their actions can affect them in saying that there is procedure like concepts to everything If a house is burning one would call the fire department if someone was hurt in an accident then the medics would be called those things are just known reactions that society response with Mersualt on the other
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