What do the last two lines in "Those Winter Sundays" say about the speaker's view of his father now?

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The speaker is now an adult, looking back upon his childhood. He shares with the reader all that his father did for him and the rest of the family, getting up alone early in the "blueback cold" (2), with hands that were so chapped the skin cracked, so the family can awake to a warm house.  The narrator realizes that no one in...

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