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Which of the following features of the narration in The Stranger distinguish it from other first-person, psychological novels, particularly those written by French authors who preceded Camus?
Its protagonist's psychological profile is revealed through action rather than self-examination.
It employs a stream-of-consciousness narration that creates a highly unreliable narrator.
It features a deuteragonist whose biases color all the descriptions of psychological states.
Occasional passages written from the second person point of view heighten the intimacy between narrator and reader.
The narrator's refusal to reveal his deeper feelings compromises readers' ability to judge his actions.