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Essay | All Quiet on the Western Front

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All Quiet on the Western Front

Summary: Analyzes All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque. Focuses on Remarque's condemnation of war. Describes how Remarque's disapproving ideas about war are exemplified by the soldier's confrontations with the ghastly effects on the human being, both mentally and physically.
All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, is an account that captures the horror of war through the eyes of very young German soldier in World War two. Remarque's disapproving ideas about war are exemplified by the soldier's confrontations with the ghastly effects on the human being, both mentally and physically. Just a few of the many examples from this book are given which sum up Remarque's general ideas. The stress of having to kill another and the constant tension of the battle front are prime examples of the effects on humans during war and help to get across Remarque's idea.

The first example of the brutal consequences that war brings is observed through Paul. The most powerful case in point would be when Paul was forced to kill an enemy in hand-to-hand combat. Death and killing are obviously issues a...

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