The Stranger

Published in 1942, The Stranger is Camus' most enduring literary achievement. It has baffled and troubled readers of all ages for decades as they try to contend with Meursault's approach to life, emotions, and consequences.

The Stranger Analysis

The Stranger was part of a cycle of Camus’s works that focuses on alienation and the absurd which deals directly

The Stranger Character List

The Stranger operates in a world that feels exceedingly ordinary. But, it is transformed and remade through the eyes of

The Stranger Historical Context

The Stranger was Albert Camus’s first novel and an important illustration of the absurdist world view. It was published as

The Stranger Quotes

Written in straightforward, unembellished prose, The Stranger tells the story of Meursault’s emotionally stilted life through the first-person perspective. Life

The Stranger Review

Albert Camus’ The Stranger tells the story of an exceedingly average man living what appears to be a mundane life.

The Stranger Summary

The Stranger by Albert Camus tells the strange and baffling story of a young shipping clerk, Meursault, and the surprising ways