Why does Kropp become suicidal?
A. Shell shock caused by being bombarded too many times.
B. He discovers his wife has died.
C. His leg is amputated.
D. He contracts syphilis.
Kropp is wounded towards the end of the novel and undergoes an amputation. Both he and Bäumer end up spending time in a Roman Catholic hospital together, Bäumer suffering from shrapnel wounds to the leg and arm. Though Kropp initially plans to commit suicide if he requires an amputation, the book suggests he eventually decides against it.
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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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