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read Im Westen nichts Neues kindle ✓ Mass Market Paperback õ dcmdirect ´ [PDF] ✈ Im Westen nichts Neues ⚣ Erich Maria Remarque – One by one the boys begin to fallIn 1914 a room full of German schoolboys fresh faced and idealistic are goaded by their schoolmasterR schoolmaster to troop off to the ‘glorious war’ With the fire and patriotism of youth they sign up What follows i 667 ‭‎Im Westen nichts Neues A l'ouest rien de novreau All uiet on The Western Front In the West Nothing New Erich Maria Remarue 1898 1970All uiet on the Western Front is a novel by Erich Maria Remarue a German veteran of World War I The book describes the German soldiers' extreme physical and mental stress during the war and the detachment from civilian life felt by many of these soldiers upon returning home from the frontعنوانها در جبهه غرب خبری نیست؛ در عرب خبری نیست؛ نویسنده اریش ماریا ریمارک؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دهم ماه آوریل سال 1972 میلادیعنوان در غرب خبری نیست؛ نویسنده اریش ماریا رمارک؛ مترجم هادی سیاح سپانلو؛ تهران، کتابخانه ابن سینا؛ 1309؛ در 220 ص؛ عنوان در غرب خبری نیست؛ نویسنده اریش ماریا رمارک؛ مترجم سیروس تاجبخش؛ تهران، فخر رازی موسسه انتشارات فرانکلین، 1346، در 324 ص، موضوع داستانهای و یادمانهای نویسندگان آلمانی خاطرات جنگ جهانگیر نخست سده 20 منیز با همین عنوان ترجمه جناب آقای پرویز شهدی، صدای معاصر، 1392عنوان دیگر در جبهه غرب خبری نیست؛ ترجمه از متن انگلیسی رضا جولایی، 1385، در 254 صدر جبهه ی غرب خبری نیست؛ رمانی با موضوع جنگ، اثر «اریش ماریا رمارک»، نویسنده ی آلمانی ست، که در سال 1929 میلادی منتشر شده است یکی از آثار مشهور ادبی جهان است داستان به صورت اول شخص، از زبان شخصیت اصلی داستان سرباز نقل می‌شود، به جز خط آخر کتاب که خبر از کشته شدن شخص راوی می‌دهد در این کتاب سعی شده، تا به معنای واقعی جنگ، و پیامدهای بلند مدت آن، و بر همه چیز اشاره شود ا شربیانی

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S the moving story of a young ‘unknown soldier’ experiencing the horror and disillusionment of life in the trenches I was finishing a phase of reading and teaching facets of the First World War and it would not be complete without this fictitious but realistic portrait of a soldier's life in the trenches on the Western frontI was reading excerpts from All uiet On The Western Front in class with students staring at me some of them understanding for the first time what it really meant to be a soldier in the trenches sent out to die under the banner of nationalism which was an entirely positive word back then They had read the facts in their textbooks and also checked additional sources such as small parts of Churchill's brilliant The World Crisis 1911 1918 or the highly informative The First World War A Very Short Introduction They had even familiarised themselves with uite graphic photographs and documentaries But nothing prepared them for the voice of the young soldier in the novel that took them directly into the situation and made the numbers from the history books become real people with feelings and worries All of a sudden the information that 20000 English soldiers died on the first day of a specific attack was no longer just statistical data to be memorised It meant 20000 letters sent home to parents siblings wives and girlfriends all with the same sad news Dulce Et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori that old lie which made soldiers die by the millions or suffer life altering mutilations forever remembered through The Poems Of Wilfred Owen is put into brutal contrast with the reality of a soldier on the German side The soldier could just as well have been English or French as the experience was the same on both sides of No Man's Land with the exception that German soldiers recognised they were lucky to conduct the war outside their home country seeing the destruction of the whole countryside around themThe feeling of nationalism that the ordinary soldier has are expressed in the fact that he is out here But it doesn't go any further all his other judgements are practical ones and made from his point of viewThe sense of idiocy conspiracy or irrationality behind the suffering is omnipresent Soldiers discuss how they ended up in a situation that presumably nobody wanted but that everyone is now involved in They read the papers see the propaganda machines know the lies They are young were recruited from school and trained uickly to lose all previous ideals to be prematurely old in their mindsWe had joined up with enthusiasm and with good will; but they did everything to knock that out of us After three weeks it no longer struck us as odd that an ex postman with a couple of stripes should have power over us than our parents ever had or our teachers or the whole course of civilization from Plato to Goethe With our young wide open eyes we saw that the classical notion of patriotism we had heard from our teachers meant in practical terms at that moment surrendering our individual personalities completely than we would ever have believed possible even in the most obseuious errand boy Saluting eyes front marching presenting arms right and left about snapping to attention insults and a thousand varieties of bloody mindedness we had i

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Im Westen nichts NeuesOne by one the boys begin to fallIn 1914 a room full of German schoolboys fresh faced and idealistic are goaded by thei I don't know why it took me so long to get to All uiet on the Western Front but I'm glad I finally read it and am grateful to my friend Rose for recommending it The book first published in the late 1920s is an absolutely heartbreaking wonderfully written novel about the permanent damage done to those who fight in wars Few anti war novels written since have matched Erich Maria Remarue's unsettling book and I doubt any have surpassed itGiven how famous All uiet is there's little need for me to say much about it here Plus it's so much easier to write negative reviews than positive ones and I have absolutely nothing bad to say about this book There are several heart rending passages that I expect will stick with me for a long time though and that I feel the need to mention Paul Bäumer's leave during which he finds it nearly impossible to relate normally to his family after his experiences on the front; Paul's time in a shell hole with French soldier Gérard Duval; the brief interlude Paul and his comrades spend with a group of French girls and how the gal with whom he'd been paired treats him in the end; and of course the scene near the book's end involving Stanislaus Katczinsky easily All uiet's most interesting character I won't say anything about the scene with Kat so as not to spoil it for those who haven't read the book yetOne final thought which I bring up because of Logan's comment that he didn't like All uiet which he last read in high school I've talked about this before most recently in my review of The Sea Wolf and I feel the need to bring it up again Many American readers it seems have bad memories of great works of literature they were made to read in school That they were forced to read the books is of course part of the problem but I also think schoolchildren often are assigned books they're not yet ready for I don't mean that they're not smart enough to read and understand the books but rather that they're not mature enough to have the books resonate properly with them This would definitely be true of All uiet It would be the most unusual of high school students one in a hundred perhaps if that many who could truly appreciate the issues raised in this bookI would encourage anyone who hasn't read All uiet yet to check it out And for those who read it in school and were left with a bad taste in their mouths it's probably time to revisit the book That means you Logan