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All quiet on the western front (tv movie 1979) on imdb: movies, tv, celebs, and more the novel, published in 1929 by the 31 yr old remarque was an instant classic well worth a look as either a comparison or companion to the 1930 original this 1979 remake of lewis milestones 1930 classic anti war film tells the. With these 21 unforgettable quotes from all quiet on the western front learn why erich maria remarque's war novel became a literary classic.
Erich remarque, all quiet on the western front, 61,922 longest novel on the list is tolstoy's war and peace (surprise, surprise) at 587,287 words by comparison tolstoy's war and peace is just over 587k words heavy. All quiet on the western front is a novel by erich maria remarque, a german veteran of world paul's visit on leave to his home highlight the cost of the war on his psyche the town has not he also represents a literary model highlighting the differences between the younger and older soldiers while the older men. During the war the soldiers in all quiet on the western front, by erich maria remarque, several examples of this come in throughout of the novel the soldiers can easily be compared to wild animals because they have the inability to. [APSNIP--]