Fully revised and expanded Second Edition of the most thorough single-volume study of this classic novel. A book-length study of the novel for SINGLE copy use NOT for multiple copying.
Part One explains Camus' ideas in the context of his time and shows how they developed in his works 1935-45.
Part Two gives a detailed critical analysis of the novel chapter by chapter presenting a clear and consistent reading. Each chapter includes guiding questions.
The book refers extensively to the critical literature on the novel. It is written for advanced high school students up to graduate students and for their teachers.
This work is the product of five years' teaching "The Stranger" and four years of intensive research.