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I a Why didnt he kill the French soldierPaul hesitated to kill the French soldier because the littlest ounce in his body felt remorse towards the suffering soldier Paul did have some thoughts in killing him but when he thought about it he just could not bring himself to kill him He talked to the soldier and explained how their country did not know what they were doing to each other Paul just wanted to increase the peace and he felt killing the French soldier would not do any good since he was dying anywayII a Why doesnt the old folks listen to what Paul has to say about the warThe old men dont give Paul a chance to speak about the war because they do not want to hear Pauls view on the war The old men had their own perspective on the war and they did not want to listen to what Paul had to say They didnt really think much of the war they didnt consider it as big of a deal as it really was They really didnt want to understand the war the way it wasIII b Why did Paul swear to Mrs Kimmerick that her son died instantly Did she want to hear the truthPaul could not bear to break Mrs Kimmericks heart by telling her that her son died slowly and painfully instead of instantly He really did not want to hurt her because he knew she didnt really want to hear the truth The war made Paul miserable Paul watches his friends die before his eyes watches himself kill others and sees his family and the interests that he had before the war slowly fade away because his life had become the war b What traits of Paul were not changedPauls love for his country has not changed He continued to fight in the war for his country although the war was retched and horrifying His love
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