cathedral analysis

cathedral analysis - There is truly a sense of awe when you...

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There is truly a sense of awe when you experience the vastness of these  unfathomably man-made structures. Their beauty and greatness really can't be  explained by words. Plus, the architecture is so complex, where would you even  begin to describe their structure? The husband in "Cathedral" tries to explain it to  the blind man but he soon realizes that it is just too difficult to do. Similarly, how  do you really explain what it is like to be blind? Then, when the husband begins  to draw the cathedral the two men experience something grand and great in  itself. There is an exchanging of worlds when Robert and the husband are  drawing the cathedral together. The husband induces Robert's understanding of a  cathedral's structure whereas Robert induces the husband's understanding of what  it is to be blind. Neither could experience what the other knew until they drew 
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