Redemption

 1933 – G.H. Clarke: .The Ancient Mariner — who is at once himself, Coleridge and all humanity — having sinned, both incurs punishment and seeks redemption… [the poem is “about” the orthodox Christian progression from sin and the recognition of sin, through repentance and punishment, to such redemption as is possible in this world.] Write an essay in which you argue for that interpretation for the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” which could be read here. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/43997/the-rime-of-the-ancient-mariner-text-of-1834

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