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All Quiet on the Western Front Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Further Study

Compare the soldier's viewpoint in The Red Badge of Courage with All Quiet on the Western Front. Examine the similarities and differences of battle in the Civil War and World War I. Compare as well the quality of camaraderie, as presented by Stephen Crane and Erich Maria Remarque. '

Analyze the historical events of World War I in relation to Paul Baumer's personal history, and how his life reflects the changes taking place around him: the military force of Germany, its bravado and destruction, the tyranny of schoolteachers and other influential adults, and the insanity of modern warfare.

Explain why Remarque expressed pity for the post-World War I "lost generation."

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