Erich Maria Remarque (E. Paul Remark) is fondly remembered as the 'Recording angel of the Great War'. The world-renowned German novelist and filmmaker had great taste in impressionist art. He admired Lancia convertibles, Chinese artwork from Tang dynasty, and stylish women. He was obsessive about privacy, free speech and pacifism. He's best known for his novel 'All Quiet on the Western Front' (1928) that narrates the story of German soldiers during World War I. The criticism didn't sit well with the Nazis who destroyed most of his work. Nevertheless, the bestseller was translated into 25 languages. Over 30 million copies of the book were sold worldwide. It was adapted into a 1930 movie that won several Academy Awards. Remarque's life was full of contrasts and contradictions. Having served in German infantry for 3 years (1917-1920), he dropped out from the army due to injury. He spent the next few years working in numerous jobs including editor, teacher, librarian, journalist and businessman. Remark indulged sensualistic tastes and the cataclysm of life in his famous works-- The Dream Room (1920), Heaven has no Favorites (1961) and The Night in Lisbon (1962). The Promised Land (1970) was his last novel before death. We have exercepted Erich Maria Remarque's quotes from his most important works. His best and the most inspiring quotations have been picked up from Remarque’s most famous books such as 'Three Comrades’, ’Triumphal Arch’, ’All Quiet On the Western Front’, 'Life on Loan’ and others. Presenting a collection of Maria Remarque's quotes about love, women, man, happiness, destiny, failure, success, life and much more.