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In the novel “The Stranger“ by Albert Camus, the author uses storytelling, flashbacks, a juxtaposition of past and present, and a stream of consciousness to advance the style and structure of the novel as a whole. In the story, the main character, Mersault, experiences multiple flashbacks, and has a juxtaposition of the past and present while he is in jail. He is continuously reflecting on his emotional state from life outside of jail, and how he ended up in his final position. This creates a deeper meaning to the novel by providing the reader with outside information to help them understand Mersualt’s character development. Using these elements also pulls emotion from the reader, which allows them to feel more personally

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