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War in Erich Maria Remarque's all quiet on the Western front / Noah Berlatsky
Farmington Hills, MI : Greenhaven Press, c2013
book jacket
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 CEHHS Curriculum Knowledge Center, Rm 265  CL 833 WAR    AVAILABLE
Subject Remarque, Erich Maria, 1898-1970. Im Westen nichts Neues
Subject(s) War in literature
Physical Description 135 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 126-129) and index
Contents Background on Erich Maria Remarque. The life of Erich Maria Remarque / Authors & Artists for Young Adults -- Parallels and contrasts in the lives of Remarque and Hitler / Rob Ruggenberg -- Remarque was shaken by the success of All quiet on the Western front / Hilton Tims -- All quiet on the Western front and war. All quiet on the Western front helped define the memory of World War I / Andrew Kelly -- All quiet on the Western front shows that war results in a loss of innocence / Tobey C. Herzog -- All quiet on the Western front is crude and misleading / J.C. Squire -- In its German context, All quiet on the Western front is a pacifist novel / Brian Murdoch -- All quiet on the Western front does not include an effective pacifist politics / Elisabeth Krimmer -- All quiet on the Western front is a work of radicalism, not pacifism / Gregor Dallas -- All quiet on the Western front offers a political critique of modernity and modern warfare / Stuart A. Scheingold -- All quiet on the Western front shows war as destructively masculine / Mary Warner -- Contemporary perspectives on war. A history of violence / Steven Pinker -- Seven reasons why we can't stop making war / William J. Astore -- War is sometimes necessary to ensure peace / Barack Obama -- Pacifism remains a worthy alternative / Colman McCarthy
Series Social issues in literature
CEHHS Curriculum Knowledge Center
Alternate Author Berlatsky, Noah

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