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Throughout the nineteenth century and even during the first quarter of the twentieth century kubla Khan was considered almost universally to be a poem in which stron feelings overwhelm any trace of sense By far the most intriguing of questions asked about the most intriguing of poems is what does it mean That is if indeed it has or was ever inteded to have any particular meaning A thorough analysis of the poem however proves that this poem was a sexual perversion created in the mind of the author Within several sections of the poem the reader is faced with stron sexual urges on behalf of the author Becuase there have been several attempts to interpret this poem and becuase several criticisms have been published it is almost hard to make a wrong interpretation of this poem With this in mind my analysis of the poem takes a different angle a interpreting the poem From the preface Coleridge gives his readers an understanding of how the poem came about being written It is understood that the author was in a drug-induced state and that this vision came to him in a dream What the readers must decipher now is what the meaning of the poem is The author has given readers tbe image of a pleasure dome The dome is an exotic recluse the author has created much like other people create for themselves when they are about to experience sex The dome is fertile and lush there is an endless bounty of life within its walls The dome is in a sense much like the garden of Eden in which Adam and Eve were intimate with each other The dome in that same sense could represent a safe haven in which the author could be intimate with his self it could even symbolize his bed in which he can fertilize and give life The sacred river that the author has created runs through the
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