Personal Transformation In Raymond Carver's Cathedral

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In the story “Cathedral” by Raymond Carver, the narrator was going through a major personal transformation. At the beginning of the story, the narrator has a negative personality. He lacks compassion and is jealous of his wife’s relationship with Robert, the blind man. Until the end of the story, Robert had changed the narrator’s mind about his detached emotionally from others. The narrator’s wife, from the beginning of the story, was telling him about the visiting of a blind man, whose she used to work for one summer ten years ago. They have maintained their strong friendship and keep in touch by sending letters and tapes recording; she told him about everything that happens to in her life, from her childhood sweetheart to the time that she

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