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All Quiet on the Western Front

Project for World History about the book All Quiet on the Western front.
by

Jesse Smrcka

on 18 April 2011

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Transcript of All Quiet on the Western Front

All Quiet on the Western Front. One thing that you can take from reading this book is courage. Courage is defined as:
1. The ability to do something that frightens one.
2. Strength in the face of pain or grief. In my book you can see courage displayed by a variety of characters. Wether it be fighting on the frontlines, carrying a dieing friend, or simply helping a friend die comfortably. If I were to choose one character who I would try to model my character after, I would follow Paul's behavior. If you were forced to overcome your biggest fear, how would you feel? Paul Baumer had to stand up on the frontlines in World War I, and fight to stay alive. What would you do if you were sent out to shoot at another human being? Could you, or would you crumble and run? When Paul Baumer was in the frontlines, he did complain, but he showed true courage by how he handled himself and he woke up every day knowing what he had to do. Finally in my own words, I believe that courage is the will to do something when no one else can.
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