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Essay | Emotionally, Physically, and Mentally Lost in "All Quiet on the Western Front"

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Emotionally, Physically, and Mentally Lost in "All Quiet on the Western Front"

Summary: Essay discusses how the character of Paul is emotionally, physically, and mentally lost in "All Quiet On The Western Front."
"Lost" is a very powerful word, which can have many conentation. Three of the most used meanings of being lost are, mentally, emotionally, and physically lost. All of these different types of being lost can be seen in many books, one of which stands out, All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Remarque, a story about the trials and tribulations of a regular group of boys going out to war and how they are forced into maturing before it would normally be asked. The generation of those boys has been dubbed as the "Lost Generation." Paul Baumer, the protagonist of the book, often wonders what is to become of the young men who, like him came of age amid the fear, killing and dying of the front. He says, "We are forlorn like children, and experienced like...

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