How does the narrator change in Cathedral by Raymond Carver?
The narrator in Raymond Carver ‘s “Cathedral” develops from being a blind to anyone else but himself and his own perspective to able to open his eyes to see life through difference perspective because of the help of blind man.
Is the narrator in Cathedral static or dynamic?
In Raymond Carver’s short story, “Cathedral,” the narrator, who remains nameless, tells the story of his wife’s blind friend who comes for a visit. The narrator is a dynamic protagonist that evolves over the course of the story.
Is the narrator in Cathedral religious?
His cynicism does not extend only to the Catholic church—when asked by Robert if he is religious, the narrator says that he is not and that he doesn’t believe in anything: “I guess I don’t believe in it. In anything.