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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

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Transcript of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Background

He was born on October 21st, 1772, died July 25th, 1834.
Was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England, and a member of the Lake Poets.
Known for the poems,
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
and
Kubla Khan
, and
Biographia Literaria.
His critical work, like
Shakespeare,
influenced German idealist philosophy to English-speaking culture.

Romanticism
Background



Romanticism refers to a movement in the 19th centenary of art, literature, and music
Characterized by the 5 I's
-Imagination
-Intuition
-Idealism
-Inspiration
-Individuality




The movement validated strong
emotion

Examples of
Romanticism

Summary
Part 1:
Three guys are on their way to a wedding celebration. They are stopped by a Mainer and force them to listen to his story. The story starts off with a ship headed the the equator. A storm hits and they get stuck on ice. A bird comes and the man kills it.
Part 2:
The passengers suffer punishment for the crime. They become unstuck on the ice, but then they get stuck again at the equator. They suffer from thirst. He hangs the bird around his neck as a punishment.
Part 4:
The wedding guest think he is a ghost. He starts the story again and explains that for 7 days he was waiting to die but couldn't . The bird falls off his neck.
Part 3:
They see a ship far off and are happy that they are saved, but it turns out to be death. The man ends up gambling for his crew mans life. He loses and the crew dies one by one.
Moral

Part 5:
Hes awakened by rain. A big storm comes and the crew comes back to life. The ship moves back and forth from the equator to ice and vis versa. He hears voices in his sleep.
Part 6:
The situation stops and he sees his home land. The ship sinks. He is saved and goes on the rest of his life, cursed to tell his tale over and over again, and the wedding guest learn a valuable lesson.
Moral of “The Rime of the Mariner” is that everything was based in religion, but also the poem shows to always cherish gods decisions and that you will always pay for everything yuve done.
Intuition:
"For dear God who loveth us, he made and loveth all."
-It talks about how we should love all creation, because God made us to love.
Imagination:
"The spirit slid: and it was he that made the ship to go."
-The poem deal a lot with the supernatural. They detect spirits in the poem.
Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Taylor_Coleridge
http://www.artfortune.com/romanticism/http://samueltaylorcoleridge.blogspot.com/2010/12/themes-and-symbolism-of-rime-of-ancient.html
http://www.all-art.org/world_literature/coleridge2.htm

By: Evelyn Conatser, Cinthya Hernandez, & Jacklynn Salazar

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