All Quiet on the Western Front Essay | War Depicted through Reoccuring Themes

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War Depicted through Reoccuring Themes

Summary: All Quiet on the Western Front - Katczinsky

"On the Rainy River- Tim O'Brien

"Old Man at the Bridge"- Ernest Hemingway

Reoccuring themes in war literature.


There are many aspects of life that people can enjoy, but one of the most underrated of these is life itself. The journey we call life, starts at birth, and from there we grow, not only emotionally and physically, but also spiritually. The God given ability to live and breath, is something to be thankful for, to be lived to the fullest. There are many pieces of literature that express these ideas about life and death, but war literature expresses the necessity of life much better. War literature depicts reoccurring themes.

The origins and causes of war are a mystery to those doing the fighting and dying. This theme is expressed in the novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, in which Katczinsky rhymes:

"Give `em all the same grub and all the same pay

And the war would be over and done in a...

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