The Stranger

how theme of morality is brought out through the events of the novel "the outsider/the stranger" by "albert camus"?


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Meursault is satisfied with his death; his discrete sensory perceptions only physically affect him, and thus are relevant to his self and his being,in facing death, he finds revelation and happiness in the "gentle indifference of the world".


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Mortality not morality? I must have misread this.......