Literary Techniques

As in All Quiet on the Western Front and The Road Back, Remarque uses a simple, direct story line, but in developing the plot...

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Arch of Triumph Social Concerns

Arch of Triumph is a continuation of the theme that Remarque used in All Quiet on the Western Front (1929), The Road...

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Arch of Triumph Literary Precedents

The doomed love affair and the brink of war in Arch of Triumph recall Robert Jordan's and Maria's affair in For Whom the Bell...

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Arch of Triumph Related Titles

In a succinct passage from All Quiet on the Western Front, Baumer, the protagonist, underscores the novel's social implications:...

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Arch of Triumph Adaptations

In 1948, Universal Motion Pictures produced a black-and-white version of Arch of Triumph which starred such famous actors and...

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Arch of Triumph Bibliography

(Masterpieces of World Literature, Critical Edition)

Barker, Christine R., and R. W. Last. Erich Maria Remarque. London: Oswald Wolff, 1979.

Firda, Richard Arthur. “All Quiet on the Western Front”: Literary Analysis and Cultural Context. New York: Twayne, 1993.

Firda, Richard Arthur. Erich Maria Remarque: A Thematic Analysis of His Novels. New York: Peter Lang, 1988.

Fussell, Paul. The Great War and Modern Memory. New York: Oxford University Press, 1975.

Gordon, Haim. Heroism and Friendship in the Novels of Erich Maria Remarque. New York: P. Lang, 2003.

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