90 pages • 3 hours readErich Maria Remarque
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According to the novel, poor people accounted for the bulk of the combat soldiers. Meanwhile, the ones who were advocating for the war to be fought were of higher socio-economic classes and by contrast saw very little front-line action. What larger significance does this hypocrisy have?
In what ways does this novel intersect with the writer Gertrude Stein’s “The Lost Generation”?
In your estimation, is this novel a work of literary modernism? If no, then what is your refutation? If yes, then in what ways does the novel fit the classification of modernism?