An analysis of the theme of blindness in cathedral by raymond carver and girls at war by chinua ache

Here's what carver says about the ending in an interview with claude grimal: cg : could you talk about the endings of your stories the ending of cathedral, for instance rc: well, the character there is full of prejudices against blind people he changes he grows i'd never written a story like that [] then, when i wrote.

An analysis of the theme of blindness in cathedral by raymond carver and girls at war by chinua ache

In the short story, cathedral, by raymond carver, the author uses imagery, symbolism and narrates the story in first person point of view the cathedral's main theme is being able to identify the difference between being able to look and/or see and it is portrayed through the main characters role in the story carver uses a.

A blind man is coming to spend the night at the narrator's house the narrator has issues with blind people not that he's ever met a blind person but, he has seen them in the movies in any case, he isn't looking forward to this blind man, robert, his wife's old friend, coming to visit (11) that's how cathedral begins.

An analysis of the theme of blindness in cathedral by raymond carver and girls at war by chinua ache
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