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Essay | All Quiet on the Western Front Letter

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All Quiet on the Western Front Letter

Summary: What if I was in the war and have met Paul in person? This essay is a letter to a parent that you are writing to and contains comments on your war experiences and how you feel about Paul's loses.
After recently having a conversation with a seasoned soldier, Paul Baumer, here I will mark all of his experiences and comment on his remarks on the war and how it affected him as I discussed with him the loses, emotions, and pain he endures.

I could sense that one of his feelings have been deprived from the war, his emotions. Lost and misplaced from love, family, and the death of his comrades, Paul underwent some of the most harshest loses that a man could stand living with. Even when he had his predicament with the French girl, he had been cut off from love and passion. Also, when Paul could not believe how isolated he was from his loved ones back when he had his homecoming. The avoidance of his mother's relationship as well as the sacrifice the family had to make to...

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