In self-defense with a pistol, the gunshots sounded, and Mosuo ushered in the beginning of his doom. absurd trial The situation that Mosuo encountered, according to common sense, should belong to justifiable defense (or excessive defense). The trial seemed very ordinary at first, but it was amazing that people who were not related to the case, such as the director of the nursing home, were also called as witnesses , appeared in court, and the prosecutor's complaint began to change its tone, accusing Mosuo of not caring about his mother at all, almost amounting to burying her "spiritually".
However, Mosuo did not protest the accusation and the verdict loudly. He was really dissatisfied with the verdict and considered an appeal. In the end, Mosuo did not take any action. Face all that is left of yourself: For the certainty of the future, do not allow your soul to whatsapp list be distorted by others. free soul Although The Stranger is regarded as a classic of existentialism, the author Camus himself denies that he is an existentialist. Regarding existentialism, it has the following characteristics: the individual, the specific human existence, the freedom of choice, the responsibility of freedom, one's own life, etc.
Because existentialism involves too many relevant people and includes too many ideas , so that it does not have a strict definition, which is why it is possible that some characters, such as Camus, do not consider themselves existentialists. But I think the work "The Stranger" still has the color of existentialism. It talks about how a person's soul stubbornly chooses freedom under the constraints of society and others. moral monster "You are young, I think you should like this kind of life." The boss said.