The only thing to distract them from this is dreaming, imagining and pretending that you are somewhere else. In All Quiet on the Western Front, soldiers who endure months of trench warfare. This violence shapes the soldiers' concept of life and of dreams. The soldiers dream in order to stay sane.
Irony in Remarque 's, All Quiet on the Western Front Some historians and people describe World War I as “The Great War,” a label that must be ironic to those who have fought it and lost their friends and family. Erich Maria Remarque 's novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, narrates the lives of several young soldiers, Paul, Tjaden, Albert and Müller, among others, who enlisted to defend the German lines. Their schoolteachers encouraged them to enlist by stressing the nobility of and courage in serving and protecting the nation. However, deep in the trenches, Paul and his friends rapidly learn the difference between what they had been taught about the war and what the war itself has taught them.
In the story, the audience, is immersed in a typical Germans soldiers life when going to the front, waiting to go to the front, injured, and when on leave. The audience is shown the terrible experiences the soldiers experience and the emotions that they feel in many
While Paul continued to fight in the war to protect his fellow comrades in All Quiet on the Western Front, Junger was motivated by pure patriotism to fight for his country in The Storm of Steel. Both young men were patriotic and valued their comrades in each of the novels. Both Remarque and Junger had comradeship and patriotism to help get through the difficulty and stressful times. In All Quiet on the Western Front, Remarque describes many scenes that involve comradeship among the young soldiers.
In this situation Bear recalled the death of his comrades when his CO was incompetent, causing mixed feelings and a harsh reaction. When someone is incompetent, it takes him back to what he experienced in war. So if someone expresses incompetance he acts as if he is, once again, in times of war. On another occasion Bear: “confused a Vietnamese co-worker at the post office with the Vietnamese enemy.
It shows how horrific the war might was because of how the young soldier died. The war destroys his life, so it destroys everyone 's lives. Sassoon then says how people in control of these wars send young boy to war and that changes their whole life and it shows how war can affect people. The idea is to show the people reading how scary war is and how it can change people 's’
In the last stanza, the speaker describes throwing the dead man on a wagon and he explains how it isn’t sweet or glorious to die for your country. Owens experienced the shooting, the gas, and the death. He was there, throwing a dead man on a wagon after being killed with mustard gas. He paints the picture of weak and tired soldiers who defy the stereotypes of a man at war. While a soldier is usually thought to be buff, tall standing, men who are proud to serve their country, instead he brings attention to the reality of the soldiers who don't feel proud to serve their country because of the hardships they go through and the extremely painful death they experience.
In 'The Memorial Tablet ', Sassoon is representing his views as a soldier who died in World War 1. The soldier is forced to fight for something he doesn 't believe in. It says "Squire nagged and bullied until I went to fight". Sassoon 's choice of verbs 'nagged ' and 'bullied ' emphasizes how much the squire wants the soldier to join and how much the soldier doest want to join.
After experiencing the horrors of World War I, Paul believes he is “nothing but an agony for myself, for my mother, for everything that is so comfortless and without end” (Remarque 185). Paul is in fact guilty for his involvement in the violence of the war. He realizes this fact and becomes dispirited because he bemoans allowing himself to get involved in such cruelty. Despite the fact that Paul experiences adverse emotions because of it, he learns from his past blemishes. Even though he can never really rescind his previous actions, he still uses them as a guide towards refraining from repeating the same missteps.
Commentary for “Song for the Mothers of Slain Militiamen” In the poem allocated, Neruda uses imagery and repetition to convey to readers the severity of the impact the deaths of militiamen have on the ones they died to protect. Visual imagery is used throughout this poem to help convey how greatly the deaths of the militiamen impacted the other civilians. It is used to depict morbid scenes to imply that the shock of the militiamen’s deaths affect the thoughts of the civilians. The imagery indicates that the deaths of the militiamen make civilians realize the full impact war has on them.
All quite in the western front was a very good war book. For people like me who have never experienced the horrors of being in battle during war, this book painted a good picture of what it was like being in battle. The emotional trauma that these men had to endure, words cannot express what they must have been through. The book All quite in the western front had many traits that it expressed in it such as loss, despair, and alienation. Many would agree that this book expressed the trait of loss in this book many times; however, this book portrayed loss not only in death, but also innocents, and how the characters have changed.
Erich Maria Remarque was a man who had lived through the terrors of war, serving since he was eighteen. His first-hand experience shines through the text in his famous war novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, which tells the life of young Paul Bäumer as he serves during World War 1. The book was, and still is, praised to be universal. The blatant show of brutality, and the characters’ questioning of politics and their own self often reaches into the hearts of the readers, regardless of who or where they are. Brutality and images of war are abundant in this book, giving the story a feeling of reality.
Humanity I define humanity as a person who puts aside their own desires and helps out someone in need, respectful and kind to others and a person who respects feelings. You put their own needs above your own at the moment and don’t do it to get something in return. Up to date we live in a world that, although it has borders, it is limitless. People all over the world travel anywhere and everywhere, see anything, and experience every feeling that could have ever existed in human life.
He is excited to join and to serve his country, little did he know that war is an aberration. His whole world turns upside down; experiencing grief, and terror. This caused him to become very bewildered. "The wisest were just the poor and simple people. They knew the war to be a misfortune, whereas those who were better off, and should have been able to see more clearly what the consequences would be, were beside themselves with joy.
Comradeship: Saving Lives Appalling and gruesome, the First World War was harsh and relentless on its participants. Soldiers died in droves with no respite from the merciless pounding of the artillery and the sharp crack of Death’s whip that accompanied the bullets as they flew into the hearts of friend and foe. Yet, through the spitting machine guns and muddy, rat-ridden trenches, the men remained loyal to each other. Comradeship, a theme prevalent throughout the novel All Quiet on the Western Front, is shown through the quiet determination, recognition, and fellowship of the “Iron Youth.”