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What the community says about All Quiet on the Western Front
- "This is a classic book about World War 1 from the perspective of a German soldier. I thought it was a pretty good story that shows perspective of what soldiers go through mentally when they come back from fighting. The book doesn't glorify the war or any side that I can remember which is good, it mainly just focused on one man and his struggles."
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- "All Quiet on the Western Front is an absolute classic and fits in to "the best" of 20th century novels swimmingly. Remarque paints such a vivid picture of what a solider in World War I had to experience and makes the reader feel as if they are experiencing it right along side the other soldiers. Remarque hits the reader with every emotion imaginable with this stunning novel. Definitely a book for the ages."
- "I never got around to reading this classic until just now and i am very glad that I did. This book is deeply written and required that you take your time. It details many interesting points of war while making clear the damage done by it. This is a great books for schools to give to their students and I am not sure why they do not."
- "What a classic book that i read the first time in high school. It shows that war is not always pretty. It shows the harsh reality's of war. It explains what happens day to day in the trenches and what these men are doing and feeling. Even after my second read i felt like i was there. Truly a book that everyone should read in there lifetime."
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