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Climax Presentation of The Stranger

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Climax Presentation of
The Stranger
novel by Albert Camus

Expostion
Maman dies
Meursault goes to the funeral (feeling nothing)
He sees his old friend Marie and has affairs with her
Inciting Incident
Def: Is the event or decision that begins a story’s problem.
Rising Action
"Raymond turned to me and said, " Watch this. I'm gonna let him have it now." I shouted, "Look out, he;s got a knife!" But Raymond's are had already been gut open and his mouth slashed." (Camus 54)
Def: The most intense, exciting, or important point of something; a culmination or apex.
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Wachtel, Allison.


Lidia Bright
Ms.Bell
English Honors 10 p1
May 5, 2015


"Then I fired four more times at the motionless body where the bullets lodged without leaving a trace. And it was like knocking four quick times on the door of unhappiness.'
Meursault shot the Arab for no reason
Characters
Meursault- Protagonist,

static & flat, detached and motionless
" Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don't know. (Camus 3)
Raymond- Meursault's neighbor, local pimp, static & flat, beats his wife, and has no respect for anyone.
"He'd beaten her till she bled. He'd never beaten her before." (Camus 31)
Marie Cardona-Static & flat A coworker of Meursault who begins an affair with him after his mothers funeral, she loves and supports him, she does not understand him.
" That evening Marie came by to see me and asked me if I wanted to marry her. I said it didn't make any difference to me and that we could if she wanted to." (Camus 41)
The Arab- Static & flat Brother of Raymond's mistress, Meursault kills him with Raymond's gun.
"Naturally, I gripped Raymond's gun inside my jacket. Then he lay back again, but without taking his hand out of his pocket." (Camus 58)

Def: A related series of incidents in a literary plot that build toward the point or greatest interest.
Raymond, Masson, Meursault, the two Arabs (fight)
The Arab is Raymond's wife's brother
Man Vs. Man (External)
Def: Is the type of conflict, a protagonist capable of human-level thought is struggling against an antagonist capable of human-level thought.
Raymond beats his wife
Meursault and Raymond have dinner, Raymond convinces Meursault to write a letter to Moorish ( Raymond's wife)
"He wanted to write her a letter, "one with a punch and also some things in it to make her sorry for what shes done." Then, when she came running back, he'd go to bed with her and "right at the last minute" he'd spit in her face and throw her out. (Camus 32)
Involved
Meursault- Static & flat, protagonist, emotionless
Raymond- Static & flat, selfish
Moorish- Static & flat, Raymond's wife
Tone: Detached,plain
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