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All of the following passages from chapter 2 reflect Meursault's detached attitude toward Maman's death EXCEPT
"Toward the end of the show I gave her a kiss, but not a good one. She came back to my place."
"So I rolled over, tried to find the salty smell Marie's hair had left on the pillow, and slept until ten."
"A little later, just for something to do, I picked up an old newspaper and read it."
"…I wandered around the apartment. It was just the right size when Maman was here. Now it's too big for me."
"I cut out an advertisement for Kruschen Salts and stuck it in an old notebook where I put things that interest me."