s Albert Camus' novel, The Outsider an existential piece of work and if so what

@marvit79 (342)
Italy
December 1, 2006 11:54am CST
s Albert Camus' novel, The Outsider an existential piece of work and if so what does this mean? In the book, the protagonist can't/won't grieve for his dead mother, has a meaningless affair, and then murders a man (but blames his actions on the sun). He never repents or feels any remorse, what are we meant to make of all this?
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