All Quiet on the Western Front

What does Kat symbolize in the book? support with references

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Kat was a father-figure to Paul and other young recruits. He symbolized a sense of nurturing and direction in a very chaotic setting. Kat taught the boys everything from how to fight, to how to go to the bathroom to how to cook a goose.