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Which of the following is the most plausible conclusion to draw from Meursault's account of the woman at Celeste's?
It reveals Meursault's fascination with women in general, and "peculiar" women particular.
It casts doubt on Meursault's real intentions for his relationship with Marie.
Despite his outer indifference to the events of his life, within Meursault is deeply curious.
Meursault is adept at observing behavior but not good at understanding others' motivations.
Without realizing it, Meursault craves a life infused with purpose.