“The Stranger,” by Albert Camus, is a powerful novel which deals with those fundamental life-and-death questions that concern us all because we are human: What does God mean to us right now? What does our ability to reason mean to us right now? How are we to act as human beings right now? Is life meaningful or absurd? Albert Camus’ stranger” can find no answer to give him hope, no answer to give him reason for being, no answer to give meaning to his life. He lives an empty, joyless existence. He is a stranger to his own life. He attends his mother’s funeral but has no grief, worrying only that people might notice that he has none. He has…
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