This is from chapter 11
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Paul and Kat exchange addresses, so they can meet up after the war.
"Perhaps we could do something together later on, Kat." I am very miserable, it is impossible that Kat--Kat my friend, Kat with the drooping shoulders and the poor, thin moustache, Kat, whom I know as I know no other man, Kat with whom I have shared these years--it is impossible that perhaps I shall not see Kat again.
"In any case give me your address at home, Kat. And here is mine, I will write it down for you."
I write his address in my pocket book. How forlorn I am already, though he still sits here beside me. Couldn't I shoot myself quickly in the foot so as to be able to go with him.
All Quiet on the Western Front