The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner

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“Sometimes it 's better to react with no reaction.” This is a great quote for the poem I 'll be talking about in this paper. The poet who wrote the poem name is Samuel Taylor Coleridge and he stands at the place where real life slips into dreams and faces are reborn as fantasies. More than any other Romaric Leif, he dared to journey inward- deep into the irks of the imagination. Samuel Taylor Coleridge Was born in Ottery St.Mary in the Devon coast of England, the last of ten children. At an early age, he retreated into a world of books and fantasy. When he was nine, his father died, and Coleridge was sent to school in London. Later, he went to Cambridge University. One of Samuel Taylor Coleridge poems was The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and there are a distinct three messages that are life learning.

The first message in the poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge is not to kill innocent things. So the first message is not to kill innocent things. The reason why this is a message is because it happens everywhere around the world. It happens daily and that 's why this poet is addressing it. This happens when people are terrorist and when people are hunting. In this story it happens when this guy is hunting and he shoots a bird. This guy is punished for killing this bird and his punishment is that he has to tell someone his story. He has a choice to whoever he wants to tell and he chooses this young boy. “Both man and bird and beast, he prayeth

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