The Stranger eNotes Teaching Guide
- Release Date: October 09, 2019
- Subjects: Language Arts and Literature
- Age Levels: Grade 10, Grade 11, and Grade 12
- Pages: 13
This guide highlights some of the most salient aspects of the text before you begin teaching Albert Camus’s The Stranger. While it confronts challenging topics—domestic abuse, murder, cynicism—teaching this text to your class will be rewarding for you and your students. Studying The Stranger will give them unique insight into social conformity, colonialism, and important themes surrounding free will, moral judgement, and the philosophy of absurdism.
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