The Great Frustration - Those of Us in Plaid Summary & Analysis

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The narrator relates how his team is distinguished from the Project Elects by the quality of their coveralls. His team was less prestigious which was evident by their plaid coveralls when compared to the “snazzy red coveralls” or “stunning blue coveralls with silver piping and decals in exquisite copper brown” (63) of their superiors. The narrator described how their part of the mission, to get the monkey into the capsule, was an integral part of the project. The narrator believed the pilot would crash and the whole mission would fail if they did not fulfill their assignment. He went on to describe that this was exactly what had happened, that they had failed in their small task and now they would “never hear the end of it” (63).

The narrator described how the Project Elects would mistreat his team, making them smell...

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