31). Remarque uses a lot of this kind of descriptions which produces a lot more impact on the reader and gives the events in the plot a lot more importance. Remarque also uses his own life experiences in the novel. The book produces much more impact on the reader after he knows that a considerable amount of it is true and autobiographic... displayed 300 characters
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Remarque uses an episode from his own life to describe Kemmerich's death. "Muller explains that he has a flesh wound in his thigh" (p.14) This sentence has much more impact on the reader, because after knowing that this episode is autobiographical the reader understands that these things do happen in real life, they are not a myth and are not exaggerated by the author... displayed next 300 characters
He says "We have become wild beasts.
not fight we defend ourselves against annihilation"(103). Here Remarque
that the German soldiers are only defending what they have not
take what they don't...
But young? Youth? That is long ago. We are old
folk." From the start of the war, these young men were robbed of their idealism, and
already their ideas of the future and their places in it became distorted...
Kat was the last of Paul's friends to die in the war. Then in October of 1918, Paul finally fell. The book describes his death as, "?his face had an expression of calm, as though almost glad the end had come...
If you jumped in here again, I would not do it, if you would be sensible too." (Remarque, 223)
The war destroyed the men emotionally, enough so that they were not able to return to normal after the war...
He gives accurate descriptions of the trenches and the life in the trenches. Trenches are described to be one of the most dangerous places in the war. Trenches are so dangerous because if a bomb or poison shells are dropped in a trench there is no way out...
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