Hanifa Ayunis3 - Hanifa Ayunisa Dr.Doug Campbell 20th...

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Hanifa Ayunisa Dr.Doug Campbell 20 th century 10/08/10 All Quiet on the Western Front was a novel written by Erich Maria Remarque. It was a war novel that told story of Paul Bäumer, 18-year-old boy and his experience during World War I. In this novel, the author tried to explain about how did characters view the war in which they were fighting? How did they view the leaders of their military? And how did they view the soldiers against whom they were fighting? I believe that most of the characters in this novel thought that this war was shocking and appalling; some even considered that die was a better choice than survive in this battle. The characters in this story did not really know what kind of war they had to do. Kantorek, their schoolmaster in their high school told his students that this war was kind of “nationalistic duty” and told them that they would return war heroes and the town would glorify them, thus they would be excited and ready for joining the war, and also Paul and the other his friends were still young, needed some new experiment, and had no definite plans for their future yet. So, they
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