All Quiet on the Western Front: An essay discussing the theme of comraderie.
Throughout the dark and horrifying pictures of death and inhumanity, Erich Remarque scatters a profound brilliance, a redeeming quality, in one of the greatest war novels of all time, All Quiet on the Western Front. During this stirring novel, 20-year-old Paul B&auml;umer, a German soldier of World War I, was thrown into a frenzied world of blood and bombardment, flung pitilessly into the vile world of war. Nonetheless, the senseless battle in which Paul and his fellow soldiers struggled "had awakened in [them] the sense of comradeship" (Remarque, 274). This magnificent sense of br…
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