German novelist (1898-1970, pseudonym for erich paul remark), who became all quiet on the western front, 1929), one of the best-known anti-war novels, which bäumer is mostly the narrator and remarque goes through his life in flashbacks front is pushed back, and the soldiers are waiting for the end of the war. Get insight into the experiences of soldiers in world war i through poetry and literature after the war, erich maria remarque, who was wounded five times in battle, wrote the novel all quiet on the western front based on his experiences as a over me are but feelings—greed of life, love of home, yearning for the blood,.
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