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Toleration In Foster's Cathedral

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A literary example of communion that Foster gives “Cathedral.” (1981) The main character has a nasty prejudice against disabled people which is solved through sharing food. The main character once he participates in communion with the blind makes a connection. He has the realization that the blind man is no different than he is. That the disabled man is just as much of a human.This allows the main character to begin his steps forward to casting away his prejudices. This imagery is further exemplified when they share a moment in a cathedral which is a place of
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