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A Letter to Mersault
A personal letter directed to Mersault, the protagonist in Albert Camus' "The Stranger".
# 121010 | 500 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (French)

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This essay is in the form of a personal letter to the protagonist from Albert Camus' "The Stranger", Mersault. The letter urges Mersault to accept God in his life and abandon his habit of remaining detached from life and tragedy.

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"Dear Mersault, I write you this letter in light of the recent death of your mother and your own trial for murder. Throughout these events, you have exhibited a detachment to both life and tragedy; this philosophy I think, is misguided and I urge you to change. Your reaction to your mother's death demonstrates your detachment from a natural part of life and to tragic events. When you tell us about her death..."

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