What are the social and personal changes in times of cholera--the plague--depicted in The Plague by Camus?

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We can link this answer to the literary movement called absurdism, of which this text is a prime example. This movement points out the meaningless nature of life. We can see how this movement is reflected in the way that the citizens of the town react to their exile and being separated from their loved ones. The citizens are shown to feel like prisoners as they can only look to the past and cannot look to the future with any hope because they have no idea for how long they...

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