Why is kat so imoptant to paul and the others in All Quiet on the Western Front?

Answer Kat is important to Paul and the other soldiers for both practical and symbolic reasons. Practically, he plays a large role in keeping them alive. He is able to teach the newer recruits much of th... Read More »

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What role did the mailman have in the novel 'All Quiet on the Western Front'?

Answer Usually a mailman simply brought the mail (hopefully from a loved one fighting overseas) and it was a telegraph courier that would bring bad news by delivering a telegraph from the war depa... Read More »

What was the fictional town in the BBC comedy All Quiet on the Preston Front?

All Quiet on the Preston Front was set in the fictional town of Roker Bridge, Lancashire (northern England). The writer, Tim Firth, based Roker Bridge on his native hometown of Warrington in Lancas... Read More »

Several Ways in Which Western & Non-Western Art Differ?

Western and non-Western art are different in terms of techniques and mediums used, culture, aesthetic ideals, religion and philosophy. Non-Western art refers to art that is not derived from Europea... Read More »

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