One World of Literature: The Guest,” Camus (530-540) In Albert Camus’ “The Guest,” Daru does not interfere when the Arab chooses to walk toward police headquarters even though he believes the Arab should seek refuge among the nomads. Do you think Daru should exert more influence than he does over the Arab’s choice? Additional Required Readings: “Rooted and Rootless, Exiled and Belonging: Aporetic Moments of Justice as Law in Camus’s ‘The Guest’” (244-267)
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