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In The Stranger Camus shows that Meursault can find his true identity only through an encounter with death Meursault goes through some deaths in his life that lead to his own This awkward but most entertaining character discovers himself through the tragedy that occurs in his life His life is a full one and he faces each situation the same wayThe encounters of death starts here the death of Meursaults mother I wanted to see Maman right awayCamus 4 this extraordinary quote by Meursault is a side of him that we do not get to see that often That is one of the few times we get to see his loving side come out and show his affection to his mom He accomplishes the capability of getting is inner feelings out Camus expresses the true thoughts of Meursault by saying Thats partly why I didnt go there much this past year And also because it took up my Sunday - to mention the trouble of getting to the bus buying tickets and spending 2 hours traveling5 Meursault tells us that he really didnt want to go through all that trouble just to see his own mom He has feelings for his mom as you heard in the last quote but not enough to go see her As Bree said Meursaults error lies precisely in his estrangement112 Bree is saying that Meursault is a great guy and all but his main and big problem is his personalityThe most important part of finding his own identity was the murder of the Arab Meursault gets out of hand and shoots an Arab dead My whole being tensed and I squeezed my hand around the revolver59 Camus Meursault had the revolver in his hand and he claims that because he was so tensed about everything that was going on that made him shoot the gun He has some mental problems as you can see Meursault is
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