The Stranger

Albert Camus

The Stranger, by Albert Camus, is a celebrated classic that has intrigued readers for decades. Told from the perspective of the enigmatic character Meursault, the novel explores themes of existentialism, individualism, and the absurdity of human existence. As Meursault navigates life with detached indifference and a lack of connection to others, readers are left questioning the very nature of being human. Camus’ beautiful and haunting prose makes The Stranger a must-read for anyone exploring the depths of human consciousness. The novel’s enduring legacy has cemented its place in the literary canon and continues to captivate readers to this day.