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All Quiet on the Western Front is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque, a German veteran of World War I. The book describes the German soldiers’ extreme physical. Get this from a library! Pe frontul de vest, nimic nou. [Erich Maria REMARQUE; Eman CERBU]. Erich Maria Remarque (by), Maxwell Anderson (adaptation) | 3 more credits» .. in America) adapted from a novel by German author Erich Maria Remarque.

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When I was trying to organize some of my stuff packe My copy ftontul this was a paperback that I had picked up somewhere in my high school years.

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Call me crazy BUT I would have assumed that the narrator would have a German accent since the perspective is from a German soldier. Too bad we need books like this. Retrieved February 7, Rejarque nothing will ever be fine again, and we all know it. But because they each have their own inner world, they can communicate their thoughts and memories and emotions to Paul and to each other.

However, I think that The Wars would not have been written if there was pr All Quiet in the first place as it was the book that started all these. The story moves forward at lightning pace; and yet there is nuance and depth, too, in this short novel.

This is just awesome experience! Man, I need a break. Apr 06, J. Shortly after they began being bound, dust jackets came into use.


And for those who read it in school and were left with a bad taste in their mouths, it’s probably time to revisit the book.

This narrator’s pronunciation on ee words made the soldiers sound like they were American soldiers at times. It is not their remarquw to protest what they already know.

That means you, Logan. It is September and I am going to experience this book again but this time via the Audible version. The Nazis hated the book so much that they beheaded the author’s sister. Trivia Erich Maria Remarque ‘s middle name was Paul, a name he gave to the lead character in his novel.

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But so many routes are closed, and so much money is needed. Bertinck as Pat Collins Beryl Mercer Favorite Quotes “The soldier is on friendlier terms than other men with his stomach and intestines. I know nothing about them except that they are prisoners of war, and that is precisely what shakes me.

What this book doesn’t do though is examine where the war propaganda came from, and why people believed that this was a good idea and believed it again soon afterwards. Explaining his retention of the original book-title, he says:. It has to be the defining novel of World War I, told from the point of view of a German soldier fighting in the trenches of France. Dysentery, influenza, typhus — scalding, choking, death. And I remember his sentiments about WWI, basically that what made it so terrible was that people who were brothers were forced to be killing each other; people who were like each other.


Difficult and disturbing to read, it nevertheless is a narrative of how war is horrible, and hopefully why the telling of it may help deter future wars. Journal of Contemporary History.

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GP Biography Drama War. I don’t mean that they’re not smart enough to read and understand the books, but rather that they’re not mature enough to have the books resonate properly with them.

From the outset, we are warned that this is not an adventure; even those who manage no escape the war unscathed are damaged.

As the story goes on each of these boys meets a tragic end, we see them through their training all the way up to their final breaths and it is completely heart-breaking. He is found by military rearque and court-martialed, and is never heard from again.

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Wikiquote has quotations related to: I sit and wait. What’s clear is that our protagonist, Paul, could be a soldier of any country; his concerns and emotions could be those of a soldier of this century rather than the beginning of the 20th century. Restlessness, poverty, and violence are everywhere.