"The Stranger" by Albert Camus.
Bogotá - Colombia, March 4, 2003
II.Meursault as an "insensible man".
III.Indifference and how it was seen by society.
Society has a series of parameters and "ways of acting" according to the situation. If you don't act as you've been expected to, you get rejected and are catalogued as insane and seen as a strange creature. This was the case of Meursault, a man that didn't see the need of acting the way he was "supposed to",…
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