Men on the Front
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The narrator of All Quiet on the Western Front
Who is Paul Baumer?
Himmelstoss degrades him for wetting the bed
Who is Tjaden?
Wanted Kemmerich's boots after he died
Who is Muller?
Paul visits this soldier's mother when he returns home
Who is Kemmerich?
A peasant who deserts after the worries of his farm and wife become too much
Who is Detering?
A comparison between to unlike objects without the use of "like" or "as"
What is a metaphor?
A comparison of two unlike objects using "like" or "as"
What is a simile?
an inanimate object is given human characteristics
What is personification?
refers to how a person, situation, or circumstance is not as it would actually seem
What is irony?
A sound of a word echoes the sound it represents
What is onamatopoeia?
Himmelstoss's treatment of the soldiers in training
What is "war brings out the worst in people"?
The soldiers joking as they pass trees with human body parts
What is "war is dehumanizing"?
Paul risking his life to carry Kat to medical help
What is "war brings out the best in people"?
As Paul visits home, his realization of himself and his fellow soldiers
What is "the lost generation"?
Albert Kropp wanting to commit suicide after his leg is amputated
What is "war is worse than death"?
The author's word choice
What is diction?
Creating a mental picture through sensory
What is imagery?
Word order, punctuation, sentence length, and repetition
What is syntax?
The author's use of style to create a mood for the reader
What is tone?
The author's use of description to create a mental picture
What is detail?
Is attacked by the soldiers after he leaves a bar
Who is Corporal Himmelstoss?