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Paul's Conflicts in All Quiet On the Western Front

Summary: This essay explains the conflicts that Paul had to go through.
All Quiet on the Western Front (Paul's conflicts)

During the lives of men, conflicts appear that challenge them mentally, physically, and emotionally. Throughout the novel All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Maria Remarque, various conflicts and problems present themselves to the main character, Paul. He constantly lives amid troubles that arise first through his problems with his old training camp commander, then in Paul's life as a soldier in the First World War, next through the debate of the humanity of the enemy soldiers, and finally by the death of his close comrades.

A power hungry man, the corporal from training camp, Himmelstoss, causes all the members of the group, including Paul, to despise him. The source of this problem dates back to the days of training camp when Himmelstoss forced the men of the unit to do useless...

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