In the two novels The Outsiders, by S. They screw up MANY times in the book.
In both The Outsider and The Guest, Albert Camus portrays the paradoxical struggle against the inescapability of human judgement, and ultimately the condemnation of the individuals who chooses to differ from the norm How was that possible?
Perhaps the spell of There is something spellbinding about reading this book, as though one had stepped into a room where someone was speaking, quietly and clearly, and a crowd of people were listening intently, feeling together in mutual awareness and sympathy.
As he is being interviewed, Meursault tries to convince his lawyer that he did not know the man he killed and that he shot him for no reason.
The two come into conflict when Audre upbraids Adrienne for asking for 'documentation', for more than intuition, and Adrienne insists on her position: "Help me to perceive what you perceive" as white women so often plead. I distributed copies of S.
The book and movie, The Outsiders, share many similarities and differ in equally many ways. The political scientist Neumann, who was affiliated with the Frankfurt School, worked out the role of psychology for intellectual and political freedom, and analyzed the workings, perceptions, and misperceptions of political power in the Western tradition.