All Quiet on the Western Front Essay | Waste and Futility in All Quiet on the Western Front

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Waste and Futility in All Quiet on the Western Front

Summary: My essay is about the waste and futility exhibited in Erich Maria Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front.
Of all war novels written, Erich Maria Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front gives a more pragmatic and evocative narrative of war. When other books try to romanticize the issue of war, Remarque illustrates his view of war, which is conclusively one of abhorrence. Remarque, also in combat during World War I like the protagonist of the novel, Paul Bäumer, embarks upon his encounters to make this eloquent piece of writing. In this novel, many themes and motifs are represented, one of which is most overtly recognized, the effect of war on a single soldier. Remarque explores this theme in Bäumer as he discovers his personal dogmas of war.

The majority of the novel dwells on the waste and futility of war. Thousands of lives are lost only because an authoritarian's need for more land and control...

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