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Essay | All Quiet On The Western Front as an Anti-War Novel

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All Quiet On The Western Front as an Anti-War Novel

Summary: This essay explains why "All Quiet On The Western Front" by Erich Maria Remarque is a classic anti-war novel and provides an extremely realistic portrayal of war.
All quiet On the Western Front, a book written by Erich Maria Remarque tells of the harrowing experiences of the First World War as seen through the eyes of a young German soldier. I think that this novel is a classic anti-war novel that provides an extremely realistic portrayal of war. The novel focuses on a group of German soldier and follows their experiences.

Life for the soldiers in the beginning is a dramatic one as they are ordered up to the frontline to wire fences. The frontline makes Paul feel immediately different as described here. "As if something is inside us, in our blood, has been switched on." The front makes Paul more aware and switched on as if his senses and reactions are sharpened. I think Paul and his friends are frightened when they are near the front...

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