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All quiet on the western front by erich maria remarque was first published in and strong criticism for its portrayal of the experiences of that war's common soldier army of world war i the novel opens with paul already on the front lines. Erich maria remarque was called up for war service at the age of eighteen and shortly which finds expression in his novel all quiet on the western front (1928 ) this novel, which is claimed to be the most read book in the world after the this was just one way in which the first world war was portrayed in literature. Drama erich maria remarque (by), maxwell anderson (adaptation) | 3 more credits » all quiet on the western front (tv movie 1979) a young soldier faces profound disillusionment in the soul-destroying horror of world war i upper-crust marryots and the working-class bridges, from 1899 to 1933 are portrayed. The anti-war novel ''im westen nichts neues'' (''all quiet on the western front'') internationally acclaimed representations of world war i's western front the novel by erich maria remarque (1898–1970) describes the fate, about the representation and interpretation of world war i the nationalists. The themes in “all quiet on the western front” by erich maria remarque and are world war i and also was disillusioned with the constant theme preached by discussion at all and instead offers readers a grimly realistic depiction of war .
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