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Cathedral by Raymond Carver

As I read Raymond Carver’s Cathedral I wondered if I was projecting my own emotions onto each character. The narration is dry and unemotional, characters’ actions are described like a scientific procedure. At time I found myself smiling at the humorous and sarcastic nature … Continue reading

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Raymond Carver: Cathedral

I found “Cathedral” to be an interesting read, both because of what I saw as a beautiful character driven story and a unique writing style. The introduction described the writing style of Carver as hyperrealist, and his mixing of “the … Continue reading

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