Quotes for The tempest and The stranger

Maman… Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe
You taught… You taught me language, and my profit on’tIs I know how to curse (Caliban to Prospero)
She said, “If you go… She said, “If you go slowly, you risk getting sunstroke. But if you go too fast, you work up a sweat and then catch a chill inside the church.” She was right. There was no way out. (Nurse to Mersault)
Ban, Ban… Ban, Ban, Cacaliban Has a new master: get a new man. Freedom, hey-day!
A minute later… A minute later she asked me if I loved her. I told her it didn’t mean anything but that I didn’t think so.
Here’s my…. Here’s my hand. And mine, with my heart in’t
extra info In the last monologue Meursault fully accepts the absurdist idea that the universe is indifferent to human affairs and that life lacks rational order and meaning. He moves toward this revelation through the course of the novel, but does not fully grasp it until he accepts the impossibility of avoiding his death. Meursault realizes that the universe’s indifference to human affairs echoes his own personal indifference to human affairs