All Quiet On The Western Front help with homework: Paul says in Chapter Six, “I wonder whether, when I am twenty,

Paul says in Chapter Six, “I wonder whether, when I am twenty, I shall have experienced the bewildering emotions of love.” Trace the comments and episodes throughout the book that seem to indicate that Paul does indeed experience love, in one form or another.

While on the front Paul daydreams about his lovely, tranquil home; when he finally makes it home on leave, he fights back visions of his comrades in the war. Why does he regret having made the trip home? In what ways does his experience there support Albert Kropp’s assertion that “The war has ruined us for everything”?

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