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Literary Analysis Presentation

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Mary Wang

on 26 May 2016

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In Raymond Carver's story "Cathedral", the author uses mood to express the major thematic statement of ignorance changing to acceptance, in terms of tense, sarcastic and discovery.
Thesis
Sarcastic
1. "Maybe I could take him bowling."(3)
Tense
1. "She hadn't seen him since she worked for him...ten years ago...but she and the blind man had kept in touch."(1)
Cathedral by Raymond Carver
Literary Analysis Presentation
By: Mary Wang
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2. "Every part of her face, her nose--even her neck!"(1)
3. "I heard my own name in the mouth of his stranger, this blind man I didn't even know!"(2)
2. "A beard on a blind man! Too much!"(4)
3. "Which side of the train did you sit on, by the way?"(5)
Informative
1. "To begin with, they're very tall."(11)
2. "He found my hand, the hand with the pen."(12)
3. "My eyes were still closed. I was in my house...but I didn't feel like I was inside anything. "It's really something," I said."(13)
Thank You
Works Cited
Carver, Raymond.“Cathedral," Northern Dakota State University. 10
Nov.2009.
The Lyceum of Arts and Humanities." The lyceum of Arts and
Humanities. N.p.,n.d. Web 20 May 2016.
"Acceptance"
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