"Cathedral" Character Analysis

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Subject: English
Date: January 5, 2006
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The visit from the blind man was not something that the narrator was looking forward to, especially because it pushed him out of his normal way of thinking. One never knows where they can learn a life lesson and they usually come in the most uncomfortable situations...
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The narrator learns this, a new way to see, through Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral.”
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