I told her Maman had died. She wanted to know how long ago, so I said, "Yesterday." (Camus,20)
"Filthy, stinking bastard!"
Meursault doesn't even want to see his mother. This shows us how ignorance he is and nothing matters to him, even his mother. Even though he will not be able to see her face again, he still doesn't want to see her. (Camus,6)
It was terrible! You should go find a policeman.
"You used me, you used me. I'll teach you to use me."
The day after Maman died, Meursault went to the beach and make out with Marie Cardona, his lover.
Aren't you interested in a change of life?
When Meursault ran into Salamano on the stairs, he greeted Salamano but Salamano just kept on swearing to the dog. (Camus,27)
Meursault doesn't care about what happened and refuse to call the police to help Raymond's ex-girlfriend. (Camus,35-36)
...I didn't like cops.
This scene shows the reader how existentialist Meursault is. (Camus,41)
People never change their lives. In any case, one life was as good as another. I am not dissatisfied with mine here at all.
Meursault shots the Arab who is the brother of Raymond's ex-girlfriend. He shots him 4 times after the first one.