After reading “Cathedral,” by Raymond Carver, read it a second time paying close attention to the ways in which the three characters respond to each other—how they act and what they say … or don’t say.
- How does the wife’s relationship with her husband compare to her relationship with Robert?
- The narrator is a close-minded person at the beginning of the story and becomes an open-minded person by the end. Explain his conversion—his change in opinions, actions, and beliefs.
- Ironically, the narrator’s “eyes are opened” by a blind man. What might be the author’s theme—or “message”—to the reader with the character of the husband and his epiphany?
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