Made by
Jaeyoung Park
Jason Choi
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Paraphrase:
Mariner can pray and sleep again. Exhausted
from curse and thirst, he falls a sleep and
credits his sleep to Mary Queen.
He wanted to drink water, and he dreams
about drinking water. When he wakes up, it
rains.
My problem of thirst was gone. Even though I
drank water in dream, my body absorbed
moisture.
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Paraphrase (continue):
He feels as light as if he had died, and
became a happy ghost.
He heard a roaring wind. It was from far
away. Even though wind did not reach to sail,
the sound made sails to move.
He sees new activity in the sky. More stars
return and sees things he calls fire-flags
He sees black cloud coming with more
roaring wind. The rain poured down from the
black cloud.
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Paraphrase (continue):
The moon was still with the black cloud. The
lighting falls in a perfectly vertical fashion.
The wind never reached the ship, but
mysterious force moves the ship.
The dead sailors rise up in the thunder and
lighting.
He helps his brother’s son. They pulled one
rope, but they did not talk one word.
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Paraphrase (continue):
The Mariner reassures the frightened
Wedding Guest that the bodies of the sailors
were possessed not by their original owners,
but by bunch of good spirits.
When dawn comes, zombies escape from the
bodies and break out into a song.
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Paraphrase (continue):
The spirits float around the ship and sing a
sweet song like birds.
They make beautiful sound like playing
instruments and now he perceived it as an
angel’s song.
They stop singing after noon. The sails
continue to make a pleasant sound like a
stream following through a forest.
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Paraphrase (continue):
He assumed that someone(nine fathom) or
something is moving the boat from
underneath the ocean.
His ship back to equator. At noon the sun is
again directly above the mast. Then, the ship
stops and remains motionless for a bit.
The ship takes off as if someone has just
released a horse. The sudden force knocks
out the mariner.
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Paraphrase (continue):
After he gets conscious, he hears the two
different voices from sky.
One voice was kind of judgmental; see if he
was the person who killed the innocent
albatross
The another one said that the mariner has
done a lot of penance for his mistake, and he
will do more penance in the future.
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Taylor Coleridge used the colloquial words in
his poem.
The descriptions (semantics) about the
angels’ voice, ship, his surroundings make
the poem more vividly and expressively.
All the words composed of the poem except
for the symbolism of the some words (Angel’s
song, sun, moon) has no connotations.
Mary Queen has only etymology in this poem.
This word is just referred back to the time
when there were a lot of mariners to sail
around sea.
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The Mariner in the poem felt desperation,
fear, calmness, hopefulness, amusement.
This poem was serious, but sad. The mariner
was desperate to survive in middle of the sea,
but he knows at the end of the poem that his
hardship doesn’t end yet…
The irony was that dead bodies become a
sweet sound after dawn passed.
We felt same emotions as mariner felt in the
poem.
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Mariner speaks himself: Soliloquy.
He just expresses his emotions about his
situation he currently faces.
He doesn’t tell directly to readers (in this
case, us)
we, as the readers, overhear his groans.
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Simile
As soft as honey-dew: (Line 116)
A noise like of a hidden brook (Line 77)
And now 'twas like all instruments,
Now like a lonely flute; (Line 69, 70)
Like waters shot from some high crag, (Line
33)
Metaphor
The silly buckets on the deck, (Line 6)
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Alliteration
Sweet sounds (Line 61)
And the sails did sigh like sedge; (Line 28)
Personification
The wan stars danced between. (Line 26)
They groaned, they stirred, they all uprose,
Nor spake, nor moved their eyes; (Line 40,
41)
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We can imagine that one mariner with dead
people sails. His ship doesn’t move since
there is no wind blowing near his ship, but
the invisible force moves his ship.
It described the mariner’s physical
characteristics in the desperate situation.
Examples: My lips were wet, my throat was
cold, (Line 10), I moved, and could not feel
my limbs (Line 15)
It described the mariner’s environment.
Examples: In the land of mist and snow, (Line
112), And when I awoke, it rained. (Line 9)
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Symbolism.
Mary Queen: It symbolizes purity and
holiness.
Angel’s Song: It symbolizes a hope and bless.
Sun: It expresses deep religious truths and
consistently employed the sun as a symbol of
God.
Moon: The moon symbolizes God, but the
moon has more positive connotations than
the sun
Dream: It is to communicate the power of the
imagination, as well as the inaccessible clarity
of vision.
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Some of stanzas consist of rhyme repetition
of a final sounds. Most of the stanzas has
repetition of words. Few examples are:
Line (104, 105); returned & discerned
Line (99, 101); bound & swound.
There are repetitions of lines in the poem.
Few examples are:
Line (67, 69); sometimes… & sometimes…
Line (95, 97); with a short uneasy motion.
Line (28); And the sails did sigh like sedge
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Alliterations:
My lips were wet, my throat was cold,
My garments all were dank; (Line 10, 11)
I moved, and could not feel my limbs:
I was so light -almost
I thought that I had died in sleep, (Line 14 – 17)
And the coming wind did roar more loud,
And the sails did sigh like sedge;
And the rain poured down from one black
cloud; (Line 27 -29)
Like waters shot from some high crag,
The lightning fell with never a jag, (Line 33, 34)
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Taylor Coleridge, the composer of the poem,
doesn’t use a standard form like a sonnet.
It is consisted of free verses with figurative
languages.
There is no rhyme pattern. The poet used
randomly used the rhyme in some of stanzas.
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