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Title: Themes of The Stranger

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Subject: English
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Date: November 11, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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Salamano felt detached after his dog ran away, even though he treated him poorly. The second theme is violence. Occurring throughout the novel, almost every scene depicted some sort of violent action. Salamano beating and cursing out his dog, Raymond beating up his girlfriend, the story with the Czechoslovakian, the newspaper, and the scene with the Arab were all violent acts...

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Marie missed Meursault when he was not around her, Salamano missed his dog when he ran away, and Thomas Perez missed Maman after she died. Tears streamed down the face of Salamano and Thomas Perez once they lost spirits close to them. In addition, the theme of “absence of existence” consists of Meursault laying low and spending time by himself...

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