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All quiet on the Western Front

By: Remarque, Erich Maria Murdoch, Brian(Translated by)

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Part of the Future classics series
0099496941 / 9780099496946
Paperback
833.912
01/09/2005
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England
Classics
20 cm 216 p.
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Quiz No: 202460, Points 10.00, Book Level 6.00,
Upper Years - Key Stage 3 Learn More
Reprint. This translation originally published: London: Jonathan Cape, 1994.

"All Quiet on the Western Front" is probably the most famous anti-war novel ever written.

The story is told by a young 'unknown soldier' in the trenches of Flanders during the First World War.

Through his eyes we see all the realities of war; under fire, on patrol, waiting in the trenches, at home on leave, and in hospitals and dressing stations.

Although there are vividly described incidents which remain in mind, there is no sense of adventure here, only the feeling of youth betrayed and a deceptively simple indictment of war - of any war - told for a whole generation of victims.

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