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Essay | "All Quiet on the Western Front" Vs. "War of the Rats"

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"All Quiet on the Western Front" Vs. "War of the Rats"

Summary: This essay compares two books that discuss the aspect of war: "All Quiet on the Western Front" (WWI) by Erich Maria Remarque and "War of the Rats" (WWII) by David Robbins. It compares the books camaraderie, and also contains some personal essay elements.
All wars have components in common, many of which become extremely apparent when written about. This includes death, animalistic instincts, the battle experience, and camaraderie. Erich Maria Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front (WWI) and David L. Robbins' War of the Rats (WWII) both do an excellent job at portraying the importance of camaraderie not just throughout the war, but especially in crucial life or death situations. Remarque and Robbins also do an excellent job at drawing the reader into the situation, and creating a sympathetic response with the characters.

There are two parallel scenes between All Quiet on the Western Front, and War of the Rats, so similar, in fact, it seems as Robbins' may have used Remarque's scene as inspiration for his own. Remarque puts in a scene towards the end of the book, where Kat...

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