ending sentence of the novel depicts an extreme and vivid image – Meursault
wants a crowd of angry spectators to greet him at his execution with hate. This
image resonates will his refusal to renounce his actions and his resolution to
his downfall and loss of joy in his life, that is to revel in the moment of
whatever happens and acknowledge the overwhelming meaninglessness and
insignificance of it all in the scheme of the whole of human existence.
Therefore, he is glad that his at the moment of his death, the scene will be
spectated passionately and therefore somewhat glorified, which a sight that he
will bask in and enjoy.