The Stranger

How doesThe beach contribution to plot

also what's the setting?

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Meursault takes the easy enjoyable way to satisfaction (not happiness ) that he can. The sunny beach represents an escape from reality and the mundane which he seems to loath. The beach seems to connect with Meursault's primal urges of warmth, sun, and sex.