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Paul's Trip To The Front Passage Analysis

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This quote describes Paul’s trip to the front. It tells of how Paul and the other soldiers in the vehicle-“we”-“lurch along and are often almost pitched out” describing the road on which they travel to the front as so treacherous that the soldiers almost fall out (Remarque 52). Paul expects that if the vehicle were to fall over, those within it would gain“a broken arm”-or something similiar(52). While entailing their surroundings, the quote also describes Paul’s mindset as “That does not worry us” which also entails the other personnel of the vehicle feel the same well (52). Their mindsets imply that the soldiers are not fearful and do not care if their vehicle tips over-giving them a broken arm. This is further explained in the quote when
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