Rime of the Ancient Mariner

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  • Exposition:
  • Conflict:
  • All that bird did was save us. What a traitor!
  • Rising Action:
  • How could you!?
  • The story is set both on a boat years before and in present day outside of a wedding. The main character is the Mariner and he is talking to a wedding guest he sees on the street.
  • Rising Action Part 2:
  • There were several conflicts in this story, most involving the Mariner. Some examples are when he killed the albatross against the wishes of the crew, him against the spirits who thought he did something horrible and him against the storms.
  • Climax:
  • That's beautiful! Thank you God for everything you give us.
  • The rising action of this story was when the Mariner killed the albatross . He did it impulsively which upset the whole crew. He ended up getting punished for his actions by the spirits.
  • Falling Action:
  • HELP!!!
  • Death and Life-In-Death came and gambled with the men's lives. The Mariner got to live and the crew got death. The mariner had to stay alive on the ship surrounded by his dead crew without food or water.
  • The climax of the story was when the curse from the spirits was lifted and the boat could move once again. The Mariner was able to see beauty when he saw the snakes in the water, he was also able to pray.
  • The falling action was when the Mariner was rescued from the ship by the Pilot. He was then able to tell the other man his story and feel free from his sins.
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