Noncomformity in The Stranger by albert camus
Paper instructions:
[1.] An introductory paragraph that indicates the scope of the argument.

[2.] A central thesis that the writer seeks to pursue throughout the paper.

[3.] A descriptive summary of the portion of the poem, the portion of the play, or the portion of the novel under examination. [In a short paper, one cannot cover the entire text of a work; writers must isolate salient details from important segments of the work.]

[4.] A review of the attitude of the critics about the work. [You need not use only literary critics. You may wish to consult psychological journals, sociological journals, or economic journals on ideas you have raised in your paper.] The attitudes of critics may be dispersed throughout your paper.
Students must avoid quoting long passages. It is more desirable to summarize an author’s argument. Also, do not end a paragraph with a quotation. Each quotation requires the explication of the author of the paper. The final sentence of each paragraph should be a summary in the student’s own words or a transitional sentence to the next paragraph. If a sentence count shows that 50 % of a student’s paper is the student’s own writing and 50 % is comprised of quotations from critics, the grade on the paper will be divided between the critics and the student (i.e., an “A’ at 4 points will be divided in half, with the student earning 2 points (a “C”) and the critics getting the other 2 points (“C”).

[5.] A sustained discussion of a major motif and sub–motifs where discernible.

6. 6 sourced from critical reviews or essays



Noncomformity in The Stranger by albert camus