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Module 1 Homework 1Running head: Module 1 HomeworkModule 1 HomeworkTa’Shawn BlackAllied American UniversityAuthor NoteThis paper was prepared for ENG 200: Introduction to Literature, Module 1 Homework taught by Prof. Sally Lozada.
Module 1 Homework 2Directions:Please write a one to two page essay response for each of the following prompts. Besure to cite any references used (you may utilize LIRN to search for literary analysis articles, such as the ones that were provided to you in the lecture notes). Please use proper APA citation when using any source including the textbook. Please visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) for concise APA guidelines.Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral”Prompt #1:What does “blindness” symbolize in our culture? How does Carver’s story reinforce or undermine that symbolism?Blindness symbolizes a lot in our culture. It represents the not knowing, the way we turn away from things that we do not want to talk about in our society, and it represents feeling rather than seeing. This symbol represents so much for us that we take it for granted every day. Once we understand that blindness symbolizes in life,Blindness could symbolize not knowing. It means that we are unaware of something. We could be unaware of simple things or we could be missing the bigger picture. This is not hard to do. We go through life constantly unaware of different things around us. It is normal to be blind to things around us, although I believe we should stop, breath, and look. We need to become