The Stranger

In The Stranger what are 3 of Meursault's last thoughts of the burial?

-chapter 1 part 1

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n "The Stranger", Meursault recognizes this difference from society but it is meaningless to try to change that. Meursault claims that he can not say that he repressed his natural feelings at Maman's burial because that would not be true. Meursault, above all, is true to himself. Already he is being judged to be an inferior human being because he is refusing to go along with the game implied by the lawyer. Meursault plays by his own rules. As in Existentialism, he is an individual struggling against others in a finite world. It is a struggle for one's own identity and meaning.