Exercise3 - Exercise 3 In many instances of Cathedral by Raymond Carver were times where the text has a much greater meaning than what we are reading

Exercise3 - Exercise 3 In many instances of Cathedral by...

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Exercise 3 In many instances of Cathedral by Raymond Carver were times where the text has a much greater meaning than what we are reading. One of the parts of the story that stood out to me the most was towards the end when the man and Robert were physically drawing the cathedral. This part was a very moving part, where the man was finally learning something from Robert about the creativity that Robert has even when he is disabled. The man begins the story thinking very negatively about the blind man, but really relates to him once he closes his eyes. This is expressed in lines 128-137 when the man tells Robert that he doesn’t feel anything inside of him when he does this, and that he is really experiencing something out of the ordinary. Another instance in the text that I found interesting was on Page 33 when the backstory behind the woman and Robert was explained. The woman was unhappy with her husband at that

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