All Quiet on the Western Front Essay | Student Essay

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All Quiet on the Western Front: The Fate of a Lost Generation

Summary: Discusses the novel "All Quiet on the Western Front." Describes how the men have lost all faith after fighting in the war.
From dusk until dawn, day after day, war had demolished men, cities, and hope. War had an effect on soldiers like nothing else, and had stuck with them for life. The way Baumer stated "Men will not understand us" (Remarque, 294), showed the reader his feelings and how no man or woman will have any idea on how much war affected life and how its reminiscences would be there, past, present, and future. Why is war so effective on the soldiers? Because they dealt with constant deaths, of friends, family, and the supposed enemy. Although some of the men at war had escaped the shells, they have been destroyed by war, not only physically, but emotionally as well.

The fate of a lost generation was made known when Baumer writes:

We are not youth any longer. We don't want...

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