In Raymond Carver’s story “Cathedral”, he tells a story about an old friend visiting. Robert, the blind man, and the husband are alike in a couple ways, including the fact that they both care about the wife, and they both like to drink. The husband and Robert also have many differences; the husband is more judgmental than Robert, who has more of an open mind. There is the obvious difference that the husband is not blind like Robert. Carver wrote this story from the husband’s point of view, so we heard everything from him, and saw things the way he did.
One thing the husband and Robert have in common is they both care about the wife. Robert cares about her as an old friend who he had not seen in many years, but they kept in touch by sending...
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