All Quiet On The Western Front- reading response. Book Report (Book Report Sample)
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All Quiet On The Western Front- reading response
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The novel All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque focuses on the German soldiers' war experiences during WWI, going beyond the notions of heroism and adventure. The author gives a critical public witness of the horrors of war where soldiers are disillusioned during and after the war, even as there is the allure of national unity.
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