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  1. The Stranger JEOPARDY! Click to begin Anna James Grade Level : 9-12 Subject : English

  2. Choose a point value. 50 40 30 20 Click here for Final Jeopardy 10

  3. DAILY DOUBLE! DAILY DOUBLE! Back to Game

  4. Key Facts Characters Symbols Plot Misc. 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

  5. Key Facts FOR 10 Points The author of “The Stranger” is… Anton Chekhov Albert Camus Arthur Miller C.S. Lewis Back to Game

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  8. Key Facts FOR 20 Points “The Stranger” takes place in…… Mali Egypt Algeria Morocco Back to Game

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  11. Key Facts FOR 30 Points Meursault shoots a man, known as _______. The crazy neighbor next door The Criminal The Stranger The Arab

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  14. Key Facts FOR 40 Points Which set of symbols best Meursault’s situation? gun; jail cell courtroom; crucifix sun; beach casket; elderly home Back to Game

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  17. Key Facts FOR 50 Points Raymond Sintes, Meursault’s neighbor, is a contradictory character because….. Raymond is not a contradictory character Raymond is a coward towards the Arabs but fights for his mistress Raymond is a violent pimp but shows loyalty to Meursault Raymond is a romantic towards his mistress but hates all other women Back to Game

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  20. Characters FOR 10 Points Who is Marie Cardona?? Meursault’s Mother Meursault’s Love Affair Meursault’s Sister Sister of the Arab Meursault killed Back to Game

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  23. Characters FOR 20 Points Who is the protagonist and narrator of the story in which society deems as an outsider? Raymond Sintes Meursault Thomas Perez Celeste Back to Game

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  26. Characters FOR 30 Points This character’s death brings in the action of the novel and affects Meursault later in his trail. Meursault’s Mother The Arab Thomas Perez Marie Cardona Back to Game

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  29. Characters FOR 40 Points This character testifies and remains loyal to Meursault, saying he is loyal, honest, and believes the murder was just a case of “bad luck”. Masson Celeste Marie Cardona Thomas Perez Back to Game

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  32. Characters FOR 50 Points It was at this character’s beach house that Meursault killed the Arab. It seems he wasn’t such a good friend of Ray’s after all. Salamano Thomas Perez Celeste Masson Back to Game

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  35. Symbols FOR 10 Points The place that best represents society as a whole would be….. The Elderly Home The Courtroom The Jail The Beach Back to Game

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  38. Symbols FOR 20 Points The crucifix the examining magistrate shows to Meursault represents which of the following? Christianity and Meursault’s love for Marie Christianity and Meursault’s change from being atheist to believing in God Christianity and Meursault’s redemption Christianity and Meursault’s opposition to believe in “irrational” things Back to Game

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  41. Symbols FOR 30 Points Which action does Meursault perform that reminds the audience he is “human”? Crying at his mother’s funeral Covering up for Raymond’s violent behavior Laughter and Swimming with Marie Wanting to marry Marie Back to Game

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  44. Symbols FOR 40 Points The young reporter in the courtroom does NOT symbolize or reflect…. Meursault and the author Camus Meursault’s choice to kill the Arab Freedom Youth and Innocence Back to Game

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  47. Symbols FOR 50 Points The Old, Odd, Robotic Woman symbolizes which of the following? The mechanisms that define Meursault Meursault’s wanting to belong in society Meursault wasting his life away Meursault’s failure to conform to society’s standards Back to Game

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  50. Plot FOR 10 Points When Marie asks Meursault if he wants to marry her, how does he respond?? He’s enthusiastic He replies indifferently but says that they can get married if she wants to He refuses to He says he wants to but bails out on their wedding day Back to Game