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Cattedrale It was morning in America when Raymond Carver s Cathedral came out in , but the characters in this dry collection of short stories from the forgotten corners of land of opportunity didn t receive much sunlight Nothing much happens to the subjects of Carver s fiction, which is precisely why they are so harrowing nothingness is a daunting presence to overcome And rarely do they prevail, but the loneliness and quiet struggle the characters endure provide fertile ground for literary triumph, particularly in the hands of Carver, who was perhaps in his best form with this effort

About the Author: Raymond Carver

Carver was born into a poverty stricken family at the tail end of the Depression He married at 19, started a series of menial jobs and his own career of full time drinking as a serious pursuit , a career that would eventually kill him Constantly struggling to support his wife and family, Carver enrolled in a writing programme under author John Gardner in 1958 He saw this opportunity as a turning point Rejecting theexperimental fiction of the 60s and 70s, he pioneered a precisionist realism reinventing the American short story during the eighties, heading the line of so called dirty realists or K mart realists Set in trailer parks and shopping malls, they are stories of banal lives that turn on a seemingly insignificant detail Carver writes with meticulous economy, suddenly bringing a life into focus in a similar way to the paintings of Edward Hopper As well as being a master of the short story, he was an accomplished poet publishing several highly acclaimed volumes After the line of demarcation in Carver s life 2 June 1977, the day he stopped drinking his stories become increasinglyredemptive and expansive Alcohol had eventually shattered his health, his work and his family his first marriage effectively ending in 1978 He finally married his long term parter Tess Gallagher they met ten years earlier at a writers conference in Dallas in Reno, Nevada, less than two months before he eventually lost his fight with cancer.

10 thoughts on “Cattedrale

  1. says:

    English Cathedral ItalianoThis collection of twelve stories by Raymond Carver is the perfect example of how to compromise the reader s frame of mind by talking about daily ev

  2. says:

    Cathedral stories , Raymond Carver Cathedral is the third major press collection of short stories by American writer Raymond Carver, published in 1983 The collection contains t

  3. says:

    American author Raymond Carver 1938 1988 master of the short storyA dozen Raymond Carver stories collected here as part of the 1980s Vintage Contemporaries series Since other rev

  4. says:

    Dreams, you know, are what you wake up fromMy heart is in my throat after finishing this magnificent collection I ve spent most of the day reading these stories, as I can t think o

  5. says:

    Raymond Carver is one of the most influential writers of the late 20th century, and this volume, published five years before his tragically early death at 50, has the feel of an Amer

  6. says:

    I had no Idea who Raymond Carver was before I picked this collection of short stories Of course, I asked the great oracles of the Internet to feed me information about him, and they to

  7. says:

    A very interesting short, showcasing a blind man who doesn t let his blindness limit him in any way Turns a skeptic, who was uncomfortable about his blindness, into a man who lesrns by t

  8. says:

    After two collections of beautifully written, lean but grim and mercilessly sad working class stories, Carver lets the reins loose a bit in this 1983 collection, allowing some of the stori

  9. says:

    Just another genius collection of laconic grimly funny or just grim short stories by Carver, like his other four My favourites Feathers A guy and his wife are invited for dinner at a workmat

  10. says:

    This book changed my life, sent me on my way to becoming a writer, and quite literally was the reason my girlfriend and I got together Yeah Soul mates Me and Carver.

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