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Meursault's fateful decision to return to the beach is based at least in part on which of the following?
Impatience with Raymond's volatile mood swings.
Unwillingness to listen to Masson's inane chatter.
Physical and mental fatigue coupled with the elements.
A desire to seek out the Arab and deal with him on behalf of Raymond.
The hope that keeping the gun from Raymond will de-escalate the situation.