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    The Stranger

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    and makes friends with his neighbor. Meursault and his neighbor, Raymond Sintes, begin spending a lot of time together. A day relaxing day at the beach turns into a blood bath. Because of a disagreement, Meursault kills an Arab. Meursault is arrested for killing an Arab. He is sent to prison and tried for murder. During the trail, Meursault’s lawyer asks him to lie. Because of his honesty, Meursault is marked as a danger to society. (Alley1) The Stranger’s setting is in the city of Algiers

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    revolving around the protagonist, Meursault. A major motif in the novel is violence. There are various places where violence takes place and they lead to the major violent act, which relates directly to the theme of the book. The major violent act of killing an Arab committed by Meursault leads to the complete metamorphosis of his character and he realizes the absurdity of life. Meursault, an unemotional, a moral, sensory-orientated character at the beginning of the book, turns into an emotional, happy

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    throughout the book in his reactions to the people and events in the book. After his mother's death he sheds no tears he seems to show no emotion. He displays limited feelings for his girlfriend, Marie Cardona, and shows no remorse at all for killing an Arab. His reactions to life and to people distances him from his emotions, positive or negative, and from intimate relationships with others and that is why he is called by the book's title, "the stranger". While this behavior can be seen as a negative

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    He has a detached attitude toward other people. This annoys most people, but some are attracted to him because of his silence and his habit of not offering judgments. The central event in his life, at least as far as it influences others, is killing an Arab. His most intense experience, however, is his attack on a chaplain while in prison. Many readers see Meursault as a hero and as a martyr for the truth. He refuses to disguise his feelings and by doing so threatens society. He accepts death for

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    or had thought through killing the Arab man. I think that Meursault shows the reader many obvious thoughts that he wanted to kill this man. All these thoughts show the reader that Meursault had premeditation when he was walking on the beach before killing the Arab man. Meursault shows the reader his premeditation when he says, “Take him on man to man and give me your gun…” (Camus, The Stranger, p. 56). This when Meursault starts to think and starts planning to kill the Arab man. He takes Raymond’s

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    Essay On Sudan Genocide

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    Darfur citizens to argue over land. For the next 22 years relationships worsened between the Arab and non-Arab tribes. The Western region of Sudan: Darfur was thrown into civil war by its own government and two rbel armies in an uprising that should have been seen coming for a long time. This essay will elaberate on the events that occurred in Sudan over the past twenty two years and to what extent the mass killings that occurred can be defined as Genocide. The insurgeny began in Febuary 2003; goning virtually

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    The Arab Israeli conflict has been going on for many years. The struggle for peace in South West Asia is hundreds of years old. The fight over Israel has been going on, and cannot find peace. Ariel Sharon played a crucial part in the war for Israel on the israeli side and is seen in many perspectives from both sides of the war. Ariel Sharon was born in Palestine in and became a soldier early in his life. He fought for Israel early on in his life. He was injured as a soldier but when he recovered

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    with no responsive emotion in his life that leads to his execution. Meursault’s lack of emotion and distance from society led him to prison because he is indifferent to his surroundings and situations in his life. The death of his mother, the killing of an Arab and rejection of love towards Marie illustrates his detachment to feel and respond to emotion. Meursault is a character that enjoys physical reality than an emotional mental connection with society. The death of Meursault’s mother leaves no

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    Today, as in most of human history, the world is always in war, extinct wars like World War II, apparently succeeding wars like Iraq and the United States and more hard as the war of Israel and Palestine. The last war mentioned, the Arab-Israeli conflict, has attracted the attention of the world for various issues such as the failed attempt at peace, or the history of both nations, but what is striking is the daily life of both sides, more specific daily terror of the Palestine for suicide bombings

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    Camus's "The Guest," an idealistic schoolmaster, Daru, is forced to make many unsettling decisions when ordered to deliver an Arab prisoner to higher authorities in Tinguit. From the beginning, after the prisoner is transferred into his custody, Daru chooses to treat him as a guest rather than a prisoner. Also, Daru decides not to cast judgment on the Arab for the crime of killing his cousin. Lastly, Daru chooses not to play God and assume the awesome responsibility of deciding another man's fate.

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