All Quiet on the Western Front

by: Erich Maria Remarque

Chapter One

Quotes Chapter One
You haven’t drawn food for eighty men. You’ve drawn it for the Second Company. Good. Let’s have it then. We are the Second Company.
He it is still and yet it is not he any longer. His features have become uncertain and faint, like a photographic plate from which two pictures have been taken. Even his voice sounds like ashes.
Youth! We are none of us more than twenty years old. But young? Youth? That is long ago. We are old folk.