"All Quiet on the Western Front" by Erich Maria Remarque.
Death is a scary thought. No body really wants to die, and no body can honestly admit they are not at least a little bit scared of it. Paul Baumer was. He was terrified of it. Death was an end for him, as it is for everybody, but death was not only an end, it was the end; the end to troubles, the end to blood, screaming, tears, and the end to war. Death is what changed him and forced him to be a man apart from his emotional side that wanted to burst any second with endless tears. Death showed Paul how to live. How ironic that Death can show a man how to live. Paul realized how to…
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