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  • All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich Maria Remarque

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    All Quiet on the Western Front written by Erich Maria Remarque is a narrative describing World War I from a German soldier 's perspective. The story is narrated by Paul Baümer and predominantly revolves around the experiences of him and his comrades Kemmerich, Katczinsky, Kropp, Müller, and Leer. The novel begins with Paul Baümer and his friends in a cheerful mood as extra rations are being allocated to them due to the missing soldiers. During this event, Baümer introduces and describes the various

  • Erich Remarque 's The Red Badge Of Courage Essay

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    Erich Remarque-A. Wheen-John Groth - Printed at the Spiral Press for the individuals from the Limited Editions Club – 1969. Looked into By, Michael Anderson, Shepherd University. Erich Maria Remarque was conceived in Osnabruck, Germany, in 1898 into a lower-working class family. In 1916, he was drafted into the German armed force to battle in World War I, in which he was gravely injured. Ten years after the war finished, he distributed I 'm Western Nights Neuse, converted into English a year later

  • All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich M. Remarque

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    Brutalities in WWI In the novel All Quiet on the Western Front Erich M. Remarque realistically describes the brutalities of war through the protagonist Paul Baumer. Adults encourage the young men to become soldiers since they are the “Iron Youth”(18) as told by their society. The war turns out to be a hellish world where the young men experience horrors such as witnessing the innocent suffer, and taking the lives from men on the other side of the battlefield. As the novel draws to a close, Paul

  • All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich Maria Remarque

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    Self-Learning Lessons There is no doubt that when war occurs, every single human being is affected by it even if it is just a little. In the novel, “All Quiet on the Western Front” written by Erich Maria Remarque, a group of teenage men, who also appear to by classmates, are in the German army of World War I because they have chosen to leave their adolescence at home and school for grown up work at the army. Throughout this fictional novel, they face many challenges that result in them not seeing

  • All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich Maria Remarque

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    The novel All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque is a tale about a group of young gentlemen in Germany who decide to join the army, and fight in World War I for their country. The boys become interested in fighting for their country after their schoolmaster informs them about the importance of this war. With much excitement, the young men have high expectations of what they want the war to be like. Throughout the course of the novel, the attitudes and opinions of the boys change as

  • All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

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    Front by Erich Maria Remarque was the war novel that changed what ‘war novel’ meant. No longer would war be a fantasy for the growing generation, but a real-life death trap. World War I came with many innovations to warfare: machine guns, poison gases, trench-style warfare. While these technologies were supposed to improve warfare, it made war longer with more casualties. In All Quiet on the Western Front war is not looked up to, it is looked down upon from the perspective of a soldier. Remarque stated

  • Analysis OfAll Quiet On The Western Front, By Erich Maria Remarque

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    lost forever, regardless if they exited in a coffin. In Erich Maria Remarque’s landmark novel “All Quiet on the Western Front”, he illustrates the everyday hell soldier’s face fishing in the battlefields of WWI. The novel, Paul Baumer, is a foot soldier fighting for the German army; he shares a first-hand account of the war’s atrocities on himself and his comrades in arms. In the novel, “All Quiet on the Western Front” by Erich Maria Remarque, the author reveals the horrifying yet calmness between

  • All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich Maria Remarque

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    flourished on the nationalism in the early 1900’s of its people. Ready to encounter an attack at any moment and any time. People forget the decision of war until they are in the flame of its fire. In the novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque explains his experience of the war in World War 1 through a character Paul Bumer. Bumer was a kind and sensitive man. Back in school he used to write poets. Pual’s Bumer teacher brainwashed him and other students who where his classmates. He

  • Erich Remarque 's Magnum Of All Quiet On The Western Front

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    Generation; men who lost their lives, limbs, or the ability to live a normal life. Paul Baumer, the young German protagonist of All Quiet on the Western Front becomes a member of this sad generation through his sad journey to the ultimate elixir, death. In Erich Remarque’s magnum opus All Quiet on the Western Front, Paul Baumer is faced by various emotionally jarring tests that

  • Analysis Of The NovelAll Quiet On The Western Front, By Erich Maria Remarque

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    People such as Erich Maria Remarque help people like me, someone who has not served acknowledge the brutal and breathtaking memories that he hasn’t lived but wants to learn about. In Erich Maria Remarque’s landmark war novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, illustrates how war is hell on the soldiers who served in World War 1. The Novel, Paul Baumer, is a foot soldier fighting for the German Army; he shares a first-hand account of the wars atrocities on himself and his comrades in arms. In the

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