The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Part 1
By Samuel Taylor Coleridge
At the wedding, the Ancient Mariner speaks to a guest about slaying the albatross. (Lines: 1-10)
The Ancient Mariner begins his tale: he and his crew set sail. But, a terrible storm blows them off course. They end up in a "land full of ice." (Lines: 11-15)
A bird, called an albatross, meets up with the Ancient Mariner's ship. He brings them good luck and follows the ship. One night, the Ancient Mariner shoots the albatross. Bad luck begins here... (Lines: 16-20)
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