Literary Critique of All Quiet on the Western Front

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Literary Critique of All Quiet on the Western Front In the book All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque illustrates the picture of World War I to the reader. This book is the story of Paul Baumer, who with his classmates recruits in the German Army of World War I. This anti-war novel is an excellent book because through the experiences of Paul Baumer, I am able to actually feel like I'm in the war. It is a very useful piece of literature, which increases the readers' knowledge on how the war affected the people at the time setting. By reading this book, one is drawn into the actual events of the war, and can feel the abyss of death. I believe this piece is very well written. It is entirely simple, lacking any bias remarks, or false patriotism. In this book, Remarque just gives the reader the impression of the war. His great details and way of wording things is incredible. In this book, Remarque is able to portray the nightmare on European battlefields. Paul Baumer, along with other classmates is recruited into the German Army for WWI. The story is told through...

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  • Analyzes how erich maria remarque's all quiet on the western front illustrates the picture of world war i to the reader.
  • Analyzes how paul baumer, along with other classmates, is recruited into the german army for wwi. their many experiences are described throughout the book.
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