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During their second interview, the magistrate says, "What interests me is you" to Meursault.
What does the magistrate mean by this?
He is fascinated by the workings of the criminal mind.
He hopes to persuade Meursault to seek redemption in Christ.
He feels an affinity with Meursault's "taciturn" personality.
He cannot bring himself to see Meursault as a cold-blooded killer.
He prides himself on being a keen observer of human nature.