Table of Contents for All Quiet on the Western Front


About This Volume vii
Brian Murdoch
The Book and Author
On All Quiet on the Western Front
3(7)
Brian Murdoch
Biography of Erich Maria Remarque
10(5)
Diane Andrews Henningfeld
The Paris Review Perspective
15(8)
Ruth Franklin
Critical Contexts
The Weimar Republic and the Literature of the Great War
23(15)
Thomas F. Schneider
The Reception of All Quiet on the Western Front
38(15)
Mark Ward
Partial Accusation? Stylistic and Structural Methods in All Quiet on the Western front
53(15)
Peter Hutchinson
Love and War in All Quiet on the Western Front and Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms
68(17)
Matthew J. Bolton
Critical Readings
The Lost Generation and the Weimar Context
The End of War?
85(10)
Erich Maria Remarque
Ian Hamilton
All Quiet on the Western Front
95(13)
Hilton Tims
Im Westen nichts Neues: A Bestseller in Context
108(26)
Alan F. Bance
Memory
134(30)
Modris Eksteins
All Quiet on the Western Front as a Novel
The Spokesman of a Generation
164(9)
Harley U. Taylor, Jr.
Post Mortem: All Quiet on the Western Front (1929)
173(30)
Richard Arthur Firda
Remarque's Abyss of Time: Im Western nichts Neues
203(16)
Richard Schumaker
"Der Krieg hat uns fur alles verdorben": The Real Theme of Im Western nichts Neues
219(13)
Richard Littlejohns
From the Frog's Perspective: Im Western nichts Neues and Der Weg zuruck
232(46)
Brian Murdoch
All Quiet on the Western Front and Other War Novels
"There must be a reason....": The Uses of Experience
278(18)
Ann P. Linder
Iron Men and Paper Warriors: Remarque, Binding, and Weimar Literature
296(11)
Kim Allen Scott
All Quiet on the Western Front as a Film
All Quiet on the Western Front (U.S., 1930): The Antiwar Film and the Image of Modern War
307(21)
John Whitechlay Chambers II
Pacifism, Politics, and Art: Milestone's All Quiet on the Western Front and Pabst's Westfront 1918
328(31)
Kathleen Norrie
Malcolm Read
Resources
Chronology of Erich Maria Remarque's Life
359(3)
Works by Erich Maria Remarque
362(1)
Bibliography
363(4)
About the Editor 367(1)
About The Paris Review 367(2)
Contributors 369(3)
Acknowledgments 372(2)
Index 374