Who is the narrator and main character of the novel
A. Müller
B. Tjaden
C. Paul Bäumer
D. Albert Kropp
Paul Bäumer is the narrator, and the main character of the novel, whom Remarque uses to represent his own experience in World War I. Aged only 19, Bäumer, who is an amateur writer of several poems and a play, is persuaded by his schoolmaster, Kantorek, to enlist in the German Army for World War I. He is deployed to the western front, where he experiences the devastating physical and psychological effects of intense combat, including the horrific wounding or death of his comrades and close friends. Bäumer reflects on the war as he witnesses the dehumanizing conditions of combat and the robbing of soldiers of their individuality and love of life.
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This exam covers Erich Maria Remarque's novel "All Quiet on the Western Front" published in 1929. The original German title of this novel is "Im Westen nichts Neues"
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