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All Quiet on the Western Front
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After reading the novel All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Maria Remarque I found that I have learned many new things about World War I. Some things I learned had great interest to me, and others I wish I had never learned. The novel is narrated by the main character named Paul Baumer. Paul is a young man who is fighting for Germany during World War I. He is fighting in the trenches on the French front, hence where the title All Quiet on the Western Front comes from. I found that throughout the story there were some main messages that the author is trying to get across. The first is how horrible and devastating war can be. This is shown by the detail that the author goes into with how each of Paul's friends dies and how the author describes the gore and bloodiness in each battle. The second is how war can affect a soldier. This is shown when the soldiers are sitting and discussing their plans for after the war and most of them say that they feel that the war will never end and how all they now know is
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