All Quiet on the Western Front is a famous novel written by Erich Maria Remarque. The author was a German veteran of World War I. The novel revolves around the story of the German soldier extreme physical and mental stress which he faced during different battles, his detachment from civilian life which most of the soldiers felt after coming back to their home from war. You can download All Quiet on the Western Front PDF at the end.
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All Quiet on the Western Front was published in November and December of 1928 infamous German newspaper Vossische Zeitung. It was published in the form of the novel in the year 1929. All Quiet on the Western Front and its sequel The Road Back written in 1930 were banned and burned by the Nazis in Germany. The novel was sold about 2.5 million copies in 22 different languages in its first 18 months after its publication. The book was adapted for the film directed by Lewis Milestone and won Academy Award in the year 1930. All Quiet on the Western Front was again adapted for film by Delbert Mann in the year 1979.
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- The novel was written by Erich Maria Remarque with Carl Laemmle as an illustrator and it represents the physical and mental stress which soldiers face during times of
- The novel was translated by A.W. Wheen.
- The novel was written in German language and was published in Germany.
- The novel comes under the Genre of War novel.
- All Quiet on the Western Front was published by Propylaen Verlag.
- The novel was published on date 29 January 1929.
- In 1929 the novel was published in the English language by Little, Brown and Company.
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