All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich Maria Remarque

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In the book All Quiet on the Western Front, the author Erich Maria Remarque uses sensory images to help the reader get a feel of his novel. His writing is especially detailed in the scene with the wounded horses, when the men were fighting in the distance they spotted wounded horses running, some of them even being slaughtered. Remarque does not leave out a single image, when fighting in the war it takes a lot of physical and mental mindset. If a man goes down they would want to keep fighting for life as the horses tried doing “The last one props itself on its forelegs and drags itself round in a circle like a merry-go round” (64). A merry-go round is something most people would associate with children and happy memories, but during a war everything
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