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Chapter 5 opens with a phone conversation between Raymond and Meursault.
What is the primary purpose of the conversation?
It serves to further develop Raymond's character by adding balance to his persona.
It prepares readers for the conversation Meursault has with his boss.
It advances the plot by foreshadowing a central event in the novel.
It introduces information that supports Raymond's version of his conflict with his "giRLfriend."
It undermines the notion that Meursault is beginning to regret his friendship with Raymond.