In the passage when Meursault and Raymond returns to beach and want to take revenge on the Arab men that tried jumping them earlier, Albert Camus suggests that humans are easy carry away by hatred and anger, they would do something immoral, even against the law as a result. Albert Camus shows this by describing the setting of the beach and Raymond's reaction to two Arab men. Raymond is the antagonist and the foil of the story, symbolizes the humans conditions and the cause of accident. By the way Meursault describes his situation and Raymond's reaction, life is complicated and change frequently base on the decisions. In a couple of seconds, humans can miss the rest of the lives or forget the hatred and start the new life; it can also reveal that humans are control of their own destinies.
When the passages begin, Meursault shows Raymond’s intense hatred and anger. He is full of hate in his eyes. Then Meursault begins to describe the reaction of two Arab men when they see Raymond. Two Arab men didn't run away. They didn't feel scared and quilt. Instead "They were lying down, in their greasy eyes. Overall, they seem perfectly calm and almost content."It seems Arab men gets used to this situation. Even they did something against the law, they don't care about. It reveals that humans can be emotionless; nothing can affect them when they become immoral. Then Meursault begins to describe the reaction of Raymond when he sees two Arab men at the beach. By comparison, Raymond is very nervous."Raymond put his hand in his hip pocket. He started getting worked up." Raymond is the one who gets hurt in the fight, but he seems very scared and nervous. It reveals that human are born in goodness.
When the second passage begins, Meursualt shows Raymond’s forgiveness and moral. “The sun glinted off Raymond’s gun as he hand it to me.”The sun represent the light, moral and God. Raymond’s decision has bring him back to moral .His hatred of Arab men is gone now. “He seems better” Raymond is full of forgiveness in his eyes. By the way Meursault describes Raymond and the situation, life seems like a game, you can win or lose. Morally Raymond is winner.
In conclusion, these passages are about a man changes from immoral to moral. It reveals that humans are easy carry away by the hatred and anger, they would do something immoral as a result. But humans are control of their own destinies, they are the one who decide whether to be good or bad.