The Stranger by Albert Camus: Characters & Quotes

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The indifference Meursault shows toward other characters, and especially life, in Camus' The Stranger is no more apparent than after he kills whom?

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1. What does Marie Cardona want from Meursault in Camus' The Stranger, to which Meursault feels extremely indifferent?

2. Whose death resonates in Albert Camus' novel, The Stranger?

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