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Essay | All Quiet on the Western Front: "War Is Hell"

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of All Quiet on the Western Front.
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All Quiet on the Western Front: "War Is Hell"

Summary: Using the phrase "War is hell," essay tells how Remarque applied this quote to his book.
All Quiet on the Western Front is the prime example of how war can be very hellish. In this novel the men are in living in isolation with people they don't know very well, they are away from their families, and putting their lives on the line for a war they possibly don't believe in. All these factors contributed to the phrase "War is Hell" and applied it to this novel.

Erich Maria Remarque used the conditions in the trenches to paint a picture of hellish living conditions. Not only are the living conditions terrible, the isolation is just as bad, if not worse. Most of these men have been in the army since they were eighteen and have had no time to build their own life at home. Unlike other older soldiers, the young recruits have gone from...

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This section contains 603 words
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