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Integrated Essay My name is Daniella DAntonio and I am a year 11 student at St Dominics Priory College I have been asked to write to you in response to your letter concerning exposing children to war literature In our English lessons earlier this year my class have read the classic book All Quiet on the Western Front studied War Poetry and watched the Australian-made movie Breaker Morant Learning about war is a very important part of our education It teaches us about the history of the world morals and standards of living of that era More importantly the reading of these texts and movie has given me a clear picture of what war was like for all the people involved All Quiet on the Western Front is a novel by the German writer Erich Maria Remarque At the beginning of the book Remarque notes that the story he had written was not An accusation nor as a confession but an account of a generation that was destroyed by the war You can tell by reading this note that Remarque wrote the novel to demonstrate to his readers how just one war destroyed a whole generation of young men in the short time span of 4 years In the beginning of Chapter 11 of the text Paul Baumer the narrator of the story expresses Our thoughts have turned to clay they are moulded by the variation in the daysNo mans land is outside us and inside us too This statement shows how the soldiers are all feeling it proves Remarques statement that the war destroyed a generation of men These soldiers have all lost their hope and ambition to go home and they even claim they do not remember what home is like and where it is To them home is where they are right now with their best friends At the end of
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