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All Quiet on the Western Front
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The present film review concerns the peculiarities of a movie based on a novel by Erich Maria Remarque “All Quiet on the Western Front”. Reportedly, it could authentically be classified as the first antiwar movie, which was to give way to an entirely new genre in the art of movie making. … This movie managed to recreate the horrors of war on the screen, with…
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ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
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All Quiet on the Western Front is an antiwar novel written by Erich Maria Remarque a German boy who was drafted into the Germany war in 1916 to fight the world war I. in this war, Remarque was badly wounded and 10 years after the war, he was motivated to write this book with the… He uses it to bring out his view that the bad/wrong thing behind war is that it…
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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Erich Maria Remarque, a German veteran of World War I wrote the novel “Im Westen nichts Neues,” which literally translates to “In the West Nothing New.” The English translation by Arthur Wesley Wheen gives it the title “All Quiet on the Western Front.” The original… The book’s immediate popularity encouraged other writers to produce books on the war but none…
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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The book is narrated by Paul Baumer a 19-year old man who was also fighting for Germany in the World War I but died before real peace could be achieved (SparkNotes Editors, 2). … War, its effect on the individual soldier and generations of soldiers Through this book, Remarque expresses his strong feelings against war. He uses it to bring out his view that…
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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The researcher of this essay "All Quiet on the Western Front" aims to analyze a novel written by Erich Maria Remarque. Unlike other war novels that romanticize wars by portraying the themes of heroism and patriotic duty, the story concentrates on the actual battles as experienced by the soldiers.… Bäumer and his colleagues have random chances at either life or…
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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Customer inserts his/her name Date Life in the battleground: A critique of Remarque’s “All Quiet on the Western Front” Erich Remarque’s “All Quiet on the Western Front” cuts through the conventional norm of romanticizing warfare through a narrative of raw accounts pertaining to war.… It reveals the historical practice of hiding in ditches before coming out in…
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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Erich Remarque’s “All Quiet on the Western Front” cuts through the conventional norm of romanticizing warfare through a narrative of raw accounts pertaining to war. Rather, the author portrays the harsh realities that are faced by young soldiers as they assume the… One of the characters, Paul (a German soldier and American enemy in the past) uses anecdotes to…
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''All Quiet on the Western Front''
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All Quiet on the Western Front Zeit zu leben und Zeit zu sterben. All Quiet on the Western Front is the screen adaptation of the novel by Erich Maria Remarque, filmed by Lewis Milestone (born Lev Milstein) in 1930. That year the world saw the first adaptation of the novel which won four Oscar nominations.… Moreover, sound just added a new reality, allowing us…
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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He prefaces the story by saying, ““I will try simply to tell of a generation of men who, even though they may have escaped shells, were destroyed by the… The main themes of this piece are specifically the emotional, physical, and psychological impacts of combat. In addition, the focus of the piece has to do with friendships and interaction between people that…
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All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment
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This paper using the novel “All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment” describes the important part of the day in the life of the soldier at the battle front, were one doesn’t know when the next bullet is coming, and from where. … This paper is a literature review of the novel “All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment”, particularly the scene where the…
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All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment- Close Reading
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The novel becomes ‘unputdownable.’ I have selected the following passage for close reading from this book by Erich Maria Remarque. The passage begins from, “Close… The story concludes with Paul’s death at the hands of a French sniper on a day near the end of the war. This book is not written by a military general, a politician, a hired ghost writer, a…
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Critique Paper - All Quiet on the Western Front
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It is a narration by a young 19 year old boy Paul Baumer who is a part of the German army in World War I. Paul joins the army in a haze of patriotic fervor but the training opens his eyes to the emptiness of… Pauls’ suppression of emotions has made him into an emotional cripple who is unable to relate to his family and live a normal life outside the…
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Exceptionalism in All Quiet on the western Front
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Introduction The concept of exceptionalism and defining one’s identity over another one that is pertinent in culture and literature. This creates a sense of identity among the readers while showing divisions among other groups that are within a book, used specifically to create a sense of conflict.… The exceptionalism which is used remains throughout the book…
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Book Review of All Quiet on the Western Front
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Harris Kamran History and Political Science Book Review 29 August 2011 All Quiet on The Western Front Every once in a while, a book is published that causes much upheaval in the society and touches the nerves of the masses, often addressing controversial yet important topics and challenges the set norms of the period.… It lays bare the tragedies and…
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Comparison Essay between All Quiet on the Western Front and The Things They Carried
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Name: Course: Date: Comparison essay between ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ and ‘The Things They Carried’ In the short story The Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien reveals and critically elaborates the fears, horrendous physical conditions a man may be willing to be exposed, to salvage his reputation.… On the other hand, All Quiet on the Western Front is novel…
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The Protagonists's Experiences in the Diary of a Napoleonic Foot Soldier, All Quiet on the Western Front and If Die in a Co
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Name Professor Course Date Introduction In the present times, the past becomes difficult for people to understand because of lack of information. It is hard for anyone to understand the past events and only rely on the written sources to explain the people’s experiences especially during war.… The paper also explores the lead characters motivation to join the…
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All quit on the western front
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The movie itself begins by relating the way in which young Paul was encouraged to join the German military soon after the outbreak of the First World War. Spirits are high in the belief and Fatherland and virtue pervade many of the scenes that appear within the first portion of… uous young men that exist on the frontlines of defending their nation, the…
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Literature: comparative paper
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Despite being written being written from opposite sides and perspectives of officers versus soldiers, both Journey’s End, by RC Sherriff, and All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Remarque, look specifically at how war dehumanizes, destroys, and breaks the men who fought at… Officers at the front lines of war often were cold and calculating. Captain…
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Film analysis
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Film Analysis Review of the film All Quiet on the Western Front through a detailed analysis of the content and the significance in terms of the film’s historical context. Name Institution Date Introduction The film All Quiet on the Western Front gives an intuitive story of six soldiers of the German nation who personally volunteered to fight for their country during the World War I.…
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Critique of AQWF
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Subject Date All Quiet on the Western Front- A Critique “All Quiet on the Western Front “is a novel written by Erich Maria Remarque, a German soldier who took part in World War I. So, naturally, the novel deals with the same subject.… Admittedly, the novel help readers shake off the romantic version of war which proclaims patriotism and heroism. Instead, it…
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Literature about War
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or a country does not always mean fighting for the common good. Being in the battlefield does not always show bravery imperishable by fear, guilt, and remorse. When soldiers show strength, and when wars are fought with so much contention, it's usually the time when the fighters are weak and the battles are unjustified. … Aside from the physical harm that they…
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Nationalism and Patriotism in World War I
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1 The book conspicuously expresses on the squalid, hostile nature of war, more specifically, the World War I. This is rather a personal reflection of the author in which he would manifest, by means of literature, his participation in the real war and that he never thought would tear down his life internally.… The novel conveyed various themes including…
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Comparative Paper
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Name 6 October 2011 The Effects of War War is something very dramatic. It involves bloodshed which is signified by men fighting at the front for their motherlands. It is a place where the bravest of the bravest men survive and there is no scope for complacency.… Let us first analyse the book “All Quiet on the Western Front”. The book talks about the German…
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Compare and contrast the protagonists's experiences in the above-mentioned memoirs and novels... (continued in attachments that will be sent)
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It is hard for anyone to understand the past events and only rely on the written sources to explain the people’s experiences especially during war. The major causes of war… The paper also explores the lead characters motivation to join the war and motivation behind their continued fight in the war despite the tough conditions. The books and memoirs provide…
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In what ways did 20th century conflicts, however broadly defined, change the nature of Western introspection Essay
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Introspection is defined as "the self-observation and reporting of conscious inner thoughts, desires and sensations. It is a conscious mental and usually purposive process relying on thinking, reasoning, and examining one's own thoughts, feelings, and, in more spiritual cases, one's soul.… The hope in war as a solution banished when they see the damages and…
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