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Abstract


The Master-Slave Dialectic in Kamel Daoud’s Novel Entitled Meursault, Contre-Enquête
The history of humanity is based on the power wars among people, societies or countries themselves. At the end of every war they enter to prove themselves, the person, who is courageous enough to lose his life, becomes the master while the person, who gives up his initial purpose because of his fears becomes a slave. In other words, at the end of a relationship, where the two forces are not equal, the person is either a master or a slave. While the master lives as a sovereign over the slave, the slave lives under the command of that master. The slave, who transforms objects in nature for the consumption of master, is initially seen as a dependent consciousness. However, the slave, who notices his power by working and who understands his superiority by transforming nature, evolves largely. In this way, the slave opens the door to freedom with his/her own hands and moves towards becoming a master. In this study, Albert Camus’s The Stranger and Kamel Daoud’s The Meursault Investigation are interpreted by the context of the master-slave dialectic of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and the evolving situation of the slave is analyzed.

Keywords
Kamel Daoud, Albert Camus, Hegel, master, slave, the master-slave dialectic



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