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This essay was used for 2006 hsc area of study Journeys. It recieved 15/15. Required readings were Coleridge's poems, and it also includes three sets of related material and information from the 2005 - 2006 stimulus booklet.

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Section Three In “This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison”, “Frost at Midnight”, “Kubla Khan” and “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, Coleridge takes his responder into an imagined realm of possibility, speculation and the fantastical. He encourages the responder to assess and rectify their perceptions of themselves, individuals and the world. He employs the use of a physical catalyst to assist the responder in leaping over logic and reason in order that understanding and knowledge can be enriched. This is achieved through literary devices and techniques such as personification, metaphors, structure, juxtaposition and personify cation. The dynamic and powerful manifestations of the imagination act as a medium for Coleridge to assert his belief in the Romantic philosophy. In Journey to the Interior, Margaret Atwood employs the use of her ...

... to the Mariner’s guilt which leads him to tell all he meets of his revelation of the beauty of nature, attempting to induce an epiphany in them: “…He cannot choose but hear; and thus spake on that ancient man, the bright-eyed Mariner.” (Lines 19 – 20) Therefore, it is perceived that through “This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison”, “Frost at Midnight”, “Kubla Khan” and “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, the responder gains an enlightened and enriched understanding of themselves, individuals and society. This is achieved through the powerful manifestations of Coleridge’s imagined journeys of speculation, fantasy and the supernatural. The responder gains an enlightened perception of nature’s presence in all creation, the impact of the surrounding environment upon imagination and the inability to confine nature.
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