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In Lines Composed A Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey Wordsworth uses imagination to help him and others to live in the physical world peacefully He recalls playing in Tintern Abbey a forest nearby there and played in it when he was young Now he comes back for different reasons He escapes the world which is individualism and goes to the forest to get away from all the burden He tells his young sister that she can always come here to get away from her problems as well In the poem Wordsworth uses nature to solve problems in life The Tintern Abbey has mysterious powers that only those in touch with nature can see Wordsworth illustrates such powers by writing These beauteous formsThrough a long absence have not been to meAs is a landscape to a blind mans eye He wishes he could feel the beautiful powers of the forest more often Coleridges poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner illustrates Christian redemption and mans redeemable qualities Coleridge believes life and poetry both follow a cyclical pattern The story is about a mans literal and spiritual journey and how they parallel each other On these journeys Coleridge imaginatively explores the supernatural He makes the story and the Mariners experiences more interesting The Mariner experiences moral error and physical decay that changes his view on life during his journey In the first part of the story the Mariner and his crew come across an albatross a pious good omen That made the wind blow a mysterious supernatural quality The crew of the ship welcome it As if it had been a Christian soul We hailed it in Gods name The Mariner however is mustering pride and decides to shoot the Albatross with his crossbow He illustrates his belief that he does not need the good luck of the Albatross He decides to severe his bonds with the universal cycle of life and love Following the
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