All Quiet on the Western Front Essay | Stanislaus Katczinsky

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Stanislaus Katczinsky

Summary: In the book All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, Katczinsky is generous, realistic, and father-like as shown through actions, dialogue, and narration.

Salvador Sali said, "Wars have never hurt anybody except the people who die." Salvador Sali's quote means the people fighting the war are mainly hurt instead of others outside the war. In All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Maria Remarque, the story is being told by Paul Baumer, a German soldier, and his point of view of war. Along with his friends from school, Kropp, Muller, Leer, Kemmerich, and Behm, they enlist into the German army with encouragement from their schoolmaster, Kantorek. At the Front, he makes new friends, Katczinsky aka Kat, Tjaden, Detering, and Haie Westhus, and becomes the best friend of Stanislaus Katczinsky, the commander, wise old man, and friend to the recruits. He develops brotherhood-like bonds with his friends whom are more important than his own family in the time of war, whom he depends on for emotionally. Paul is trained under Himmelstoss...

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