How and when is the reader told that the narrator is a single individual?

Chapter 1

Asked by
Last updated by jill d #170087
Answers 1
Add Yours

We learn that the narrator is a single individual in the third paragraph. The text reads as follows;

And now there is nothing here save our one body, and it is strange to see only two legs stretched on the ground, and on the wall before us the shadow of our one head.