By Fernando Antenio Nogueira Pessoa
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I t is certainly possible, even if you have never read another word by Camus, to interpret the character of Meursault in this very much more favourable and positive way. But it is even easier if you look at what Camus said about his hero, and at the links between L'Etranger and Camus's other books. As his Carnets show, Camus was disappointed at the initial reception of L'Etranger. He even drafted a long letter to Andre Rousseaux in which he drew attention to the careless way in which his novel had been read.
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He persuades Technique, Codes and Ambiguiry 21 Meursault to write a letter that will make the girl come and visit him so that he can humiliate her and beat her up. Meursault agrees, and Raymond carries out his plan. In spite of the girl's screams, and of Marie's presence, Meursault makes no attempt to interfere. He even goes to the police station to give evidence for the allegation that the girl has been cheating Raymond. When one of the girl's brothers, accompanied by two friends, follows Meursault, Marie, Raymond and another of Raymond's friends to the beach, Meursault first of all acts very intelligently.