By Jack Sharkey
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When the plague diminishes, his anxiety increases, quite possibly because he fears that his past will catch up with him now that the authorities have more time. After a shoot out with the police, Cottard is dragged away, still incapable of coping with the complexity of human life. Rieux, a witness to the scene, turns his face away as Cottard and his captors pass him. Again, there is no judgment of this character’s actions but compassion for his suffering. Female characters do not play a direct role in this chronicle.
He was able to give Camus ﬁrsthand information about quarantine and its effects on the sick and their families. In January 1942 Camus’s health worsened. He began spitting up blood one evening, and his doctor discovered that his left lung was now affected and prescribed a long period of rest. It was recommended that Camus leave the damp climate of North Africa, and in May 1942 he applied for a travel permit to go to the mountains of France when his wife’s school year ended July 1. The permit was eventually granted in August, and the couple left Algiers on a steamer for Marseilles.
Albert Camus, The Stranger 15 does Meursault become aware of another dimension of time, an inner coherence, rich in beauty, sensation, and feeling, unique and relative, one which cannot be denied; it is the substance of life just as the relentless rhythms of the earth are now the annunciation of death” (108). There is no way out until Meursault’s new awareness ﬁnds an outlet in a series of vehement questions and comments, tumbling rapidly over one another as they refute and refuse the efforts of the chaplain.