Analysis Of Paul Baumer's All Quiet On The Western Front

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All Quiet on the Western Front is a novel set during World War One that discloses the atrocities of the War. The story focuses on a German soldier’s life and experiences during his service along the Western Front. While focusing on a single man, the story is representative of all fighting men on all sides of the war. The book provides insight, without glamorization, into the lives and sacrifices of soldiers, the brutality of war, and the disparity in Germany’s last attempt to hold the Western Front. One of the most memorable qualities of Paul Baumer, the main character in the story, is his young age. The novel calls attention to the destruction war can bring to the lives of all, especially young adults. A recurring thread running through
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