Who Is The Narrator In Raymond Carver's Cathedral

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In the short story Cathedral by Raymond Carver the narrator and protagonist of the story has a mind firmly unreceptive to new ideas. He seems to be comfortable with who he is and his surroundings. Because he is content and conformed with his life, he wants no one to bother this everyday life he lives. He even shows to be cold to what others may consider an act of love. An example is his response to the half of a twenty-peso Mexican coin Robert kept after the other half went in the coffin with his wife. He believed that was pathetic while most would consider that a final romantic act. I found the story to be very comical because of the unnamed character’s honesty. He held nothing back even if he was not politically correct. He had no name

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