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Double Jeopardy Hospitals Casualties The Enemy Quotes 20 20 40 40 60 60 80 80 100 100 Compliments of the James Madison Center, JMU NO CATEGORY
What are the Nuns doing outside Paul’s room that makes him angry?
What is the “dying room”?
How does Paul happen to get off the train with Albert?
What does Albert plan to Do if his leg gets amputated?
What happens to men with flat feet in the hospital?
After the shelling at the cemetery why do Paul and Kat briefly consider shooting one of their own men?
At the beginning of the novel Paul’s company has taken heavy losses. Why does this excite the men?
What is ironic about Paul’s death?
Where is Kat when he dies?
When Muller dies what happens to his boots?
According to Paul, what makes the Russians his enemies?
In what ways do some German soldiers taunt the Russian prisoners?
When Paul kills a French soldier in hand to hand combat and is then forced to lie with him in a shell hole what does he promise him?
What activity brings Paul and one Russian soldier together?
Most of the Russian prisoners have what disease?
What group of people is Paul talking about: “For us lads of eighteen they ought to have been mediators and guides to the world of maturity … to the future… in our hearts we trusted them. The idea of authority, which they represented, was associated in our minds with a greater insight and a more humane wisdom. But the first death we saw shattered this belief. We had to recognize that our generation was more to be trusted than theirs. The first bombardment showed us out mistake, and under it the world as they taught it to us broke into pieces. ”
Who is Paul talking to? “Comrade, I did not want to kill you… But you were only an idea to me before, an abstraction that lived in my mind and called forth its appropriate response. I thought of your hand-grenades, of your bayonet, of your rifle; now I see your wife and your face and our fellowship. Forgive me, comrade. We always see it too late. Why do they never tell us that you are poor devils like us, that your mothers are just as anxious as ours and that we have the same fear of death, and the same dying and the same agony—Forgive me, comrade; how could you be my enemy? ”
Who says it? “We are forlorn like children and experienced like Old men, we are crude and sorrowful and superficial— I believe we are lost. ”
Fill in the blank: “It was a wonderful picture: ____ on the ground; Haie bending over him with a fiendish grin and his mouth open with bloodlust, ____’s head on his knees; then the convulsed striped drawers, the knock knees, excuting at every blow most orginal movements in the lowered breeches, and towering over them like a woodcutter the indefatiguable Tjaden. In the end we had to drag him away to get our turn. ”
What’s he talking about? “Detering walks up and down cursing: ‘like to know what they’ve done. ’ He returns once again. His voice is agitated, it almost sounds dignified as he says, ‘I tell you it is the vilest baseness to use ____ in the war. ’”
How does Caderousse finally die?
What is the last thing that Fernand sees before taking his own life?
Bandits force Danglars to pay 100, 000 francs for what?
The death of what two people Cause Villefort to go insane?
How does Dantes cause Danglars to lose 1 million francs in spanish bonds?