The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Study Guide Part 5, Lines 292-409 Summary & Analysis

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The Mariner goes to sleep, which he is thankful for. Rain comes and refreshes him. The Mariner thinks it is dream, but it is real. His body feels light. The wind blows and shakes the sails. A storm with lightning occurs, and the ship moves. The dead men come back to life because of spirits and no longer scare him with their eyes. They go about their ship tasks in a mechanical way. During the story, the Guest is afraid the souls of the crew have come back, but the Mariner says that they are revived by blessed spirits. The ship moves with no wind. The voyage is pleasant for awhile. The Polar Spirit is guiding the ship. At midday, the ship stops and begins heaving. When the ship breaks free, the Mariner faints. He does not know how long he stays unconscious...

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