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All Quiet on the Western Front

Erich Maria Remarque
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Paul
Bäumer
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A young German soldier fighting in the trenches during World War I.
Paul is the protagonist and narrator of the novel . He is, at heart, a
kind, compas-sionate, and sensitive young man, but the brutal
expe-rience of warfare teaches him to detach himself from his feelings . His account of the war is a bitter invective against
sentimental, romantic ideals of warfare.
Read
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analysis of Paul Bäumer.
Stanislaus Katczinsky  - 
A soldier belonging to Paul’s company and Paul’s best friend in
the army . Kat, as he is known , is forty years old at the beginning of
the novel and has a family at home. He is a resourceful, inventive
man and always finds food, clothing, and blankets whenever he and his friends need them .
Albert Kropp  - 
One of Paul’s classmates who serves with Paul in the Second
Company. An intelligent, speculative young man, Kropp is one of
Paul’s closest friends during the war. His interest in analyzing
the causes of the war leads to many of the most critical antiwar
sentiments in the novel.
Müller - 
One of Paul’s classmates. Müller is a hardheaded, practical young
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