Impressions In John Steinbeck's All Quiet On The Western Front

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Impressions on the novel The novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, portrays a very realistic life of a soldier during WWI. One of the many images that made an impression was when Paul’s friend Kemmerich died while crying. This left a big impression because Kemmerich was not much older than any of the seniors in high school. It was more emotional because Paul watched as his friend died in front of him while crying and Paul could not do anything for Kemmerich as he was dying slowly. Another image in the novel is when the enemies bombed and gassed the soldiers. Soldiers were crying and yelling to get help, trying to get help, scared. The images were going through my mind. I could hear and see soldiers all over the place yelling and crying for
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