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Little Man, What Now? The underlying theme of these stories is human loneliness and feeling foreign and isolated in one's own society. These works of fiction cover the whole variety of existentialism, or absurdism, as Camus himself insisted his philosophical ideas be called. The clearest manifestation of the ideals of Camus can be found in the story " La Pierre qui pousse. The moral quality of his actions is intensified by the fact that D'Arrast has deep insight into the absurdity of the world but acts morally nevertheless not unlike the main character in The Plague.
In the Silent Men, Camus reveals his understanding of the life of lower class laborers.