[Chapter 3] after the group is issued trousers, tunic, and socks, the narrator looks at his father and then analyzes himself. what does he say about his father and about himself?


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The narrator comes to the conclusion that they are no longer men; the narrator says that he and his father had completely changed within a few mere minutes. (Page 37)