All Quiet on the Western Front Essay | Student Essay

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The Effects of War

Summary: Essay describes the effects of war in the novel "All Quiet On The Western Front" by Erich Maria Remarque.
"We are weak like children and experienced like old men", said Paul. When you hear lost generation you might think somebody cannot find their way. The lost generation is the young men or women that were affected by World War One. When Paul returned home on a leave he felt like he did not fit in with the normal people back in his hometown. Most of the people that went to war were young people and they would not have anything to return to when the war was over. When young people saw all the death and destruction. They would get used to all the death and destruction and have no feelings. They felt like their home was on the front line. Throughout Erich Maria Remarque's, All quiet on the Western Front, Paul and his comrades define the lost generation through their lives, thoughts, and emotions...

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