The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Part 2, Lines 83-142 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Lines 83-142 Summary

The sun rises and sets in the fog. The south wind continues, but there is no flying bird. The other sailors are angry at the Mariner for killing the bird that caused the wind. The fog disappears, and the sailors change their minds and decide the bird brought the fog, not the wind. They are happy with the Mariner now. The breeze leads the ship into a calm ocean, and the ship stops. The sun makes them hot and thirsty. They are out of water. The ocean is undrinkable and seems to be filled with dirty beasts. The Mariner talks about death fires at night. The water turns different colors. Some of the crew dreams a spirit follows them from the icy area. The crew becomes thirsty and unable to talk, and they think all this is the Mariner's...

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