Le Malentendu Cross Purpose was performed in and Caligula in , with the latter receiving an enthusiastic response. Also in , a second novel, La Peste The Plague , was published and received a mixed response.
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The prosecutor appears triumphant, and Meursault states that he felt he could burst into tears and that he now realized that the people gathered loathed him. Established seller since In spiritual training Buddy was closer to Seymour than any other member of the family, and while he hardly seems well adjusted, he is less clearly psychotic than Seymour. He has been paying all of her expenses and even gave her a little extra money, but she was not content with this. Ironically, while Meursault kills the Arab and is seen as despicable, society kills Meursault and feels this is the proper response. The remark is telling, since later in the book Meursault is indeed judged by people who, like these individuals, seem foreign to him.
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