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Essay | Quiet on the Western Front

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Quiet on the Western Front.
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Quiet on the Western Front

Summary: The novel All Quiet on the Western Front central struggle is the survival of Paul. The struggle is significant to the novel because without it there would not be a written novel by Remarque. Here Paul is trying to survive while various obstacles try to impede this from happening for example the French soldiers who try to kill Paul.
Book Review: All Quiet on the Western Front

Characters: Paul Baumer, the main character and narrator of the novel All Quiet On the Western Front, first introduces himself as a retrospective, innocent, and thoughtful nineteen-year-old man who at school had the idea of nationalism imposed on him by his teacher. Paul soon realizes his great mistake and the fact that he can and will not survive if he is concerned about the others. Many of the boys took on to this idea of individualism but Paul had been a caring man who enjoyed writing poetry before enlisting into the army. Events that change Paul's way of thinking about others were the death of Kemmeich and the many deaths in his platoon during chapter three tweaked Paul's eyesight to be more self concerned. By this moment Paul is starting to realize the great impact war has...

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