Cathedral By Raymond Carver Summary

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Raymond Carver wrote the story Cathedral. He was named as well-known in American literature. His interest was always in writing. He was a writer of short stories and a poet. His story was first published in the magazine The Atlantic Monthly on September 1981.
How we view an individual makes a huge different in life because people tend to judge without any knowledge, which will lead to regret in the future therefore; Making a Judgments towards a person, based on their actions or feelings is perverse. Author biography:
Raymond Carver was born in Oregon in 1938. Since he was in high school, his interest was in writing. He Followed his career in writing and his first story was published on 1960 called, The Furious Seasons. He attends many writing courses and he was influence by John Gardner. Carver enrolled in writing program under author John Gardner in 1958. He started following his career in writing short stories, poets and articles. His short stories were also known as American best stories. He died in 1988, at the age of fifty due to the lung cancer. Plot summary:
The story started with the blind man and the old friend of narrator wife whose wife had died. Narrative wife helped blind man and they became good friends. The blind man touched her face and they are connected to each other, they also shared their feelings. Narrator wife try to write story about them too. Narrator describes how blind man and his wife keep in touch by

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