The Role Of Blindness In Cathedral's Cathedral

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“Cathedral” has a major irony; the narrator who seems a little too ignorant towards blindness seems to have no clue about his own limitations in sight. The motif of blindness really stands out when we look at how the narrator can see through his eyes but he does not realize the limitations he is placed in due to that, and how these limitations prevent him from seeing greater things in life. Basically the story is about transcendence; which is an existence beyond the limitations of the physical things. What Robert has that the narrator lacks is the ability to see into the wonders of things, tenderness in humanity, and definitely a curiosity that makes him truly alive and also free from the limitations of the physical factors. At the end of
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