The narrator of Carver’s “Cathedral” admits right from the beginning that he’s uncomfortable with Robert’s blindness. Where does this discomfort seem to come from and how does the narrator’s view of Robert change over the course of the story? (Hint: Try to think not just about what the narrator says about Robert directly but also about what their interactions reveal about the narrator’s personality, anxieties, or preoccupations. 300 word and short classmate reply

The narrator of Carver’s “Cathedral” admits right from the beginning that he’s uncomfortable with Robert’s blindness. Where does this discomfort seem to come from and how does the narrator’s view of Robert change over the course of the story? (Hint: Try to think not just about what the narrator says about Robert directly but also about what their interactions reveal about the narrator’s personality, anxieties, or preoccupations. 300 word and short classmate reply