What meaning for human existence does Father Paneloux find in death of the boy (see he and Rieux’s conversation at pp. 218-219, and his sermon at pp. 220-229)?

Discussion Board #10: As a Poster, a student must write a post responding to the following prompt. In your post, answer the following:1) Father Paneloux and Dr. Rieux have very visceral responses to witnessing the horrific and drawn out death of M. Othon’s son of the plague (see pp. 211-217). Compare and contrast Father Paneloux and Dr. Rieux’s responses by answering the following questions:What meaning for human existence does Father Paneloux find in death of the boy (see he and Rieux’s conversation at pp. 218-219, and his sermon at pp. 220-229)? How does Father Paneloux think we ought to respond to events such as the boy’s suffering and death (see his second sermon, but also the events surrounding his death at pp. 229-234)?What does the suffering and death of the boy mean for Rieux (see his conversation with Father Paneloux at pp. 218-219, and his reflections on pp. 300-302, 308)? How does Dr. Rieux think that we should respond to events such as the suffering and death of the boy (see the passages cited in the previous question)?2) What has been your experience of reading Camus’s The Plague? Which character did you identify with the most? Why?NOTE: Students do not need to respond with a comment to another student’s post for Discussion Board #10.