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Old 10-23-2013, 06:30 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by caleb72 View Post
I had a feeling All Quiet on the Western Front might be a popular choice. Such a famous novel. It was studied in my high school but I missed out on the experience. Would be good to get a chance to read it now.
It sounds from the spoiler that it's auto-biograpical in nature more than just a novel, but I guess he's not the only author who used experiences in WWI as a basis of a book. Hemingway also used his WWI experiences as basis of his writing if memory serves.
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