What Is Raymond A Static Character

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Raymond is a static character who never really seems change his personality or morals. Throughout the novel he is a violent angry man who doesn’t hold the law in high regard. He is a secondary character and only serves as a plot development tool. Marie is also a static character who is consistently a women in need of a lover. Whether she finds this love after Meursault is imprisoned is unknown. Marie serves as a secondary character that serves as a way for Camus to express the absurdity of love. The Prosecutor is, once again, a static character that plays the role of representing the judgment of society. During the trial in which he convicts Meursault of murder, he focuses on his general apathy, especially toward that of his mother's death.
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