The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Part 6, Lines 410-513 Summary & Analysis

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Part 6, Lines 410-513 Summary

The Mariner hears the spirits talking about how the ocean is subservient to the moon and how angelic forces steer the ship. The ship is going too fast for the Mariner to be conscious. When the Mariner regains consciousness, the ship will slow. He wakes up at night and sees the dead men standing with frightening eyes. The Mariner feels the curse by not being able to stop looking at their eyes and being unable to pray. However, the spell breaks. At first, the Mariner is apprehensive and does not know what to expect. A wind comforts him, and the ship goes to the Mariner's home country. The Mariner is happy to see the sights of home. He cries and prays to God to let him stay awake or to put him to sleep permanently. The Mariner describes seeing...

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