|The Stranger E-Notes Lesson Plan
A purchase of any one or more of the recommended lesson plans at this site includes access to the eNotes, quickNotes, and Salem on Literature for The Stranger.
Biography, criticism, photos, and links from the Internet Public Library.
Articles, reviews, and biography from the New York Times Archives.
Albert Camus Critical Interpretation Homepage
Links to essays by Camus (translated into English), biography, and criticism.
Individuality Vs. Social Responsibility: From Camus to the Cure from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Students relate Camus and Jorge Luis Borges to music with themes of individual and societal responsibility. Music, lyrics not available onsite. Recommended for advanced high school students.
"The Myth of Sisyphus"
Text of the essay.
Reading strategies, including a directed reading-thinking activity, directions for writing a found poem, a grapic organizer for vocabulary, and more.
Suggestions for Pairing Contemporary Music and Canonical Literature
A list of songs that were inspired by reading literature. Organized by the last name of the author (e.g. Chinua Achebe, William Butler Yeats), the list includes song title, performer, year of release, and more. The list includes 7 titles inspired by The Stranger.
Chapter-by-chapter study guides, including vocabulary and discussion questions.
Chapter-by-chapter study questions.
The Stranger Anticipation Guide
Students respond to 10 statements before and after reading. Access requires MS-Word or compatible application.