Illustrated Study Guide to "The Stranger" by Albert Camus


By Frédéric Lippold

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This study guide on the novel "The Stranger" (L'Étranger, Albert Camus), written by a French native, contains around 60 pages (approximately 15,500 words) and over 50 illustrations to help understand the text.

The summary of the work is complemented by an in-depth analysis, which goes straight to the point.

This book note is designed to help you interpret the novel in a lively way and in a short time.

The following chapters are covered:

- Biography of Albert Camus and explanation of his work (with the description of his three cycles: Absurd, Revolt, Love);

- Presentation and key points of the book (with a discussion of the meaning of the title, and a full list of the main and secondary characters);

- Summary of each of the eleven chapters (14 pages with illustrations);

- Literary aspects of the work;

- Philosophical aspects and other characteristics of the work;

- Suggested additional resources related to the book.

NB: the novel written by Albert Camus is not included.

Illustrated Study Guide to "The Stranger" by Albert Camus