The smarter you are, the higher your rank.
No smart people enlisted in the army.
The army does not promote people by their qualifications.
Paul does not want to be an officer.
Katczinsky looks out for the younger men.
Katczinsky is lazy and no one trusts him.
Katczinsky is successful with the ladies.
Katczinsky can eat more than anyone else.
As an antibiotic
As a pain reliever
As an anti-nausea medicine
As a pain inducer
Old men are smart, young men are not
Old men have experienced life, young men have not
Old men enjoy the war, young men do not
Old men know what they are doing, young men do not
Two literary terms that sound the same
A clue the author puts in the work as to what will happen later
A reference to a previous character or event
An apparent contradiction that is actually true
Kemmerich is dying.
Kemmerich is not like he used to be.
Paul does not recognize Kemmerich.
Paul is afraid of Kemmerich.
Muller is in his way.
Muller is too loud.
Muller has on new boots.
Muller is being selfish.
Weapon and boots
Life and family
Setting and circumstances
Stomach and intestines
They are patriotic and heroic.
They are physically fit and strong.
They are young and impressionable.
They are made of metal.
Leer, Kropp, Muller, Kemmerich, Westhaus
Kantorek, Kropp, Muller, Kemmerich, Westhaus
Leer, Kropp, Muller, Kantorek, Westhaus
Tjaden, Krausse, Muller, Kemmerich, Westhaus
Looking up at the clouds
Eating his fill of beef and beans
Dreaming of home and family
Hiding from the enemy