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  • Paul's Closest Friends During The War
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    Compare 'Gallipoli' and 'All Quiet on the Western Front' in terms of the: . Boys' attitude to war. Reasons for enlistment. Experiences on the front How do these change their attitude to war? What does this tell you about the similarities and differences the Australian's and German's experiences? Analysis of Major Characters Paul B"aum erAs the novel's narrator and protagonist, Paul is the central figure in All Quiet on the Western Front and serves as the mouthpiece for Remarque's meditations abo...
  • Soldiers Wallet Paul
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    All Quiet on the Western Front by: Erich Maria Remarque All Quiet On The Western Front was set in Belgium, Germany. The novel covered about three years beginning in 1916. The setting was as important as the war itself, because it was told from a German perspective. No one knew what to expect from this war since it was the first world war. The soldiers dint know who their friends or enemies were or what devastation might occur. Paul Baume r, the main character, narrated the story. Other important...
  • Paul Comments On The Soldier's Life
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    The Transformation of a Man through War in Erich Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front "I am young, I am twenty years old; yet I know nothing of life but despair, death, fear, and fatuous superficiality cast over an abyss of sorrow. I see how peoples are set against one another, and in silence, unknowingly, foolishly, obediently, innocently slay one another (263)". Powerful changes result from horrifying experiences. Paul Baumer, the protagonists of Erich Remarque's All Quiet on the Western ...
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar
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    Paul Laurence Dunbar by English 102 August 4, 1995 Outline Thesis: The major accomplishments of Paul Laurence Dunbar's life during 1872 to 1938 label him as being an American poet, short story writer, and novelist. I. Introduction II. American poet A. Literary English B. Dialect poet 1. 'Oak and Ivy' 2. 'Majors and Minors' 3. 'Lyrics of Lowly Life' 4. 'Lyrics of the Hearthside' 5. 'Sympathy'. Short story writer A. Folks from Dixie (1898) B. The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories (1900) C. The ...
  • Apparent Change In Views On E War
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    Views On Changes of the Human Spirit During War All Quiet on the Western Front shows the change in attitudes of the men before and during the war. This novel is able to portray the overwhelming effects and power war has to deteriorate the human spirit. Starting out leaving youre home and family pr d and ready to fight for you country, to ending up tired and scarred both physically and mentally beyond description. At the beginning of the novel nationalist feelings are present through pride of Pau...
  • Transition Of Reality From Idealism To Realism
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    All quiet on the Western Front In his novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Remarque depicts a transition in the nature of reality from idealism to realism and naturalism. This transition takes place at different parts of his novel, and to different degrees. At the beginning of the novel, on page 12, we see through Paul B"au mer's comments regarding Kantorek that he and his friends were taught in school of the 'glory'; of war. B"au mer stated, '... they taught that duty to one's country is the ...
  • Annie's Dark Goddess Figure
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    What does it take to frighten an author of best-selling horror novels In Misery, Stephen King embodies a writer's fears about himself as a writer and about the continuation of his creativity in a richly elaborated and horrific-cally psychotic woman, Annie Wilkes. In the novel, Annie represents a mother figure, a goddess, and a "constant reader". In reality, however, An-nie merely represents a creative part of King's mind. Annie Wilkes is a proud mother of two children-a historical-romance noveli...
  • Fifties The Fear Of Communism
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    Rebellion in the Fifties During the Fifties the United States was filled with confidence but at the same time insecurity. The United States emerged from WWII as a global superpower and a symbol for freedom. The United States saw its role in world affairs as the protector of free countries from communism. The fear of communism expansionism during the fifties was a major issue. Communism represented radical thinking and ideas, a shift away from conservatism thinking or a shift away from the center...
  • Connie And Her Twin Boys
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    The Pig man and me The novel was a great example of how most young kids grow up in today's society. Many kids influence either being raised in a single parent household, living in a small town, or being bullied by mean people. The young Zin dal explains to the reader his life while growing up in Travis, N.J. He lived with his mother, sister Betty, and the Vivona family. The vivona family consists of Connie and her twin boys. The story begins when Paul's mother had got evicted for not paying rent...
  • Paul's Experiences In Combat
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    Paul B umer, the narrator and protagonist in All Quiet on the Western Front, is a character who develops extensively within the course of the novel. As a young man, he is persuaded to join the German Army during World War I. This three year ordeal is marked by Paul's short, but tragic trek into adulthood as he learns to cope with the trials and tribulations of war. In the wake of a struggle which claims millions, Paul loses his precious innocence as he is further isolated from society and engulf...
  • Paul And His Fellow War
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    Keep It Should All Quiet on the Western Front be appraised again this year as part of the curriculum for our high school students? Of many words, yes would be the correct response because this novel has much value within its words. All Quiet on the Western Front by Enrich Maria Remarque has many themes that give the reader a direct relation to life as presented in the book. Changes of the human spirit from war, and views on death are two of the thought-provoking themes portrayed. The views on ch...
  • Novel Despite The Appalling Destruction Of War
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    All Quiet on the Western Front As World War I comes into mind, millions of young men are pictured fighting for their country. Particularly, the countries of Britain, America as well as the other allies are thought of as triumphs. On the other hand, Germany was the evil enemy of the war. However, the novel All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque depicts the horror and hopelessness of Germany's Iron Youth as well as the realities of war. The novel portrays the tragic account of a yo...
  • Quiet On The Western Front
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    "All Quiet on the Western Front? is a novel written by Erich Maria Remarque. It is a war novel that tells the story of a young man and his experiences in combat during World War I. The title of the novel roots from a phrase used to describe the silence between shellings and infantry attacks during the battles fought on the western front (Text, 895). Although World War I was a very real event, the testaments of the main character in? All Quiet on the Western Front? is purely fictional, but they a...

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