Cindy EscobarMr. WilliamsEnglish 12 A HonorsJanuary 21, 2017Common Task: The artist from image # 1 Haeree Choi effectively represent the character, Meursault. In the Painting by Haeree Choi; he effectively represents the character of Meursault from the book, “The stranger by Albert Camus.”In the image by Haeree Choi, the artist effectively represents the character Meursault in the book The stranger by making the painting meaningful of the surrounding of meursault and therefore the painting makes the person looking at the image have more of a feeling of what is happening by the colors/theme of the painting, Making the person be in the painting too.In the book The Stranger by Albert Camus Part 1, Ch.
2 says “It occurred to me that anyway one more Sunday was over that Maman was buried now, that I was going back to work, and that, really, nothing had changed.” for Meursault everything is normal around him, nothing really changes. Meursault is in the middle of so many men which makes him a stranger to everyone; he is different from others. By the painting and the color the theme uses; colors are dark and sad and mixed in a way the person looking feel a different way as the artist does, making you go into the feeling of Meursault.(1.5.3) “I said that people never change their lives, that in any case one life was as good as another and that I wasn’t dissatisfied with mine here at all.
” Evidence from the chapter 1 part 1 of the book Meursault’s reaction to his manager’s offer of a position in Paris deceives his conviction that a specific sadness encompasses change and human presence. His remark likewise infers that every individual’s life is basically equivalent to everybody else’s, and that there is no sense in changing your own particular life. This is super-vital; Meursault returns to this idea of omni-correspondence toward the finish of the novel, and soon thereafter he pronounces the purpose behind it. Meursault is a stranger among other people surrounding him because he is so isolated from them; for example spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically (he’s imprisoned) by what we can predict from the painting. Part 2 Ch. 3 “For the first time in years, I had this stupid urge to cry, because I could feel how much all these people hated me.” Meursault is isolated because He’s detached from society, from companions, from his darling, from human feeling, and in the long run from ordinary rationale.
Haeree Choi painting portraits Meursault personality, he’s emotions, and his character of just been social with everyone but he has his own thoughts; he believes what he believes and does not care what goes on around him. Before the finish of the novel, Meursault understands that he can pick; that on the off chance that he needs, he can wish for a substantial horde of individuals: he can want to be less alone. Or he can remain as he seems to be. Be that as it may, at any rate he’s aware of his own capacity to choose.