Leverage, Paula
January 2005
Romance Notes;Winter2005, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p203
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
The article present an analysis on "L'Étranger," one of the literary work of Albert Camus, in order to determine the Ciceronian mnemonic that is present in this work. William Duvall comments on the content of the novel, in which the protagonist describes his room and his prison cell through remembering, after his night with Marie. He compared this description to Ciceronian mnemonic, and found out similarities, which is the remembering technique.


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