What is a character analysis of Daru from "The Guest" by Albert Camus?
Like Albert Camus himself, Daru is a Frenchman born in Algiers. Thus, he is a man somewhat divided; so, when the French gendarme leaves the Arab with him, Daru is ambivalent about what to do; moreover, he is angered that he should be placed in the position he has,
That man's stupid crime revolted him, but to hand him over was contrary to honor; just thinking of it made him boil with humiliation.
And so, he decides to let the Arab decide his fate for himself,...
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