"The Stranger" by Albert Camus: A Study Guide provides a comprehensive aid to understanding this work of philosophy. Newly revised and considerably enlarged.
1. Chapters that give a detailed introduction to the intellectual background, the relation of contemporary works by Camus, and "The Stranger" itself;
2. A helpful commentary with 77 in-depth questions which guide the reader to a deeper understanding of the ideas in this essay. (The questions are primarily designed to encourage group discussion, but they can be used for homework, formal presentations, written answers, etc. No answers are provided, but readers/students WILL find their answers in the text.)
3. An "Afterword" or summary;
4. A suggested classroom activity based on the trial;
5. A graphic organizer for understanding Meursault's temptation in the final chapter;
6. Other material, such as a bibliography and suggested reading.
I have written extensively on Albert Camus including Guides on "The Myth of Sisyphus" and "The Plague" and on "The Meursault Investigation" the 2015 novel by Algerian writer Kamel Daoud. (All available on TPT.)
Parts of this product are taken (with modification) from my book "The Stranger A Critical Introduction" which offers an analysis of all of Camus' published works up to 1944. (It is available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, on TPT and in a variety of ebook formats.)