All Quiet on the Western Front


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All Quiet on the Western Front

unromanticized novel of WWI and its unsung heroes. [Ger. Lit.: All Quiet on the Western Front]

All Quiet on the Western Front

youth Paul Baumer suffers the miseries of the first World War. [Ger. Lit.: Remarque All Quiet on the Western Front]
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He then moved from this All Quiet on the Western Front moment to his personal trauma, which he says will always be with him, adding that all these experiences made him a better man.
The trick, then, is to remember that it is OK to tell war stories like Saving Private Ryan only if we are also willing to tell anti-war stories like All Quiet on the Western Front or Kubrick's Paths of Glory (1957).
In the book's closing essay, he moves from All Quiet on the Western Front to Apocalypse Now, from The Grand Illusion to Schindler's List, and in another essay, he takes a close look at Alexander Kluge's 1979 film, Die Patriotin.