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Outsider, The - Albert Camus Reviews

The outsider- a challenge to norms
Aug 24, 2017 10:47 PMRead
Albert Camus's The Outsider is one of the most popular novels of absurdist writings. The main character or the narrator of the novel feels out of the box in each sphere. The way the novel starts with' mother died yesterday' is really shocking to us because there is no outburst of emotions, no cr...Read More

The unchartered territory!
Jun 02, 2010 04:42 PMRead
I had read the book in my early teens for the first time and could not find anything worthwhile. In fact when I used to read and hear that the book is considered as a cult classic I wasn’t sure how to respond. Recently, however, I got the opportunity to re-read the book and I could not thank my ...Read More

The Outsider a mother's perspective
Apr 11, 2006 02:16 AMRead
I have read the three reviews for this book. I found them interesting but all focused on the trial, the priest etc. I found it interesting that no one has mentioned the reason for him being an outsider. It is obvious by his reaction to the dog that he identified with it. His relationship with hi...Read More


Outsider, The - Albert Camus
Men & The Art Of Lifecycle Maintenance
Dec 16, 2003 06:17 PMRead
My mother died today… or maybe yesterday. I don’t know.Did the above statement shock you? Did you feel a chill terrorising your vertebral column? Well, let me spare you the botheration- my mother is hale and hearty, its The Outsider, that begins with this statement. Yes, you read...Read More

Facing the universe courageously and alone
Aug 30, 2003 05:28 PMRead
“Probably no European writer of his time left so deep a mark on the imagination.” – Conor Cruise O’Brien.First published in French as L’Etranger in 1942, Albert Camus’ The Outsider addresses the constrictive nature of society and what happens when an indiv...Read More

Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
Living on the outside
Jun 11, 2001 11:16 AMRead
The Outsider is the stunning story of the life and guiding principles of its main character, Meursault. Through his reaction to his mother's death and the following year, we learn about a man whose view of the world is not shared by society, and so who is persecuted by that world. The story is w...Read More

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