The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Part 7, Lines 514-625 Summary & Analysis

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Part 7, Lines 514-625 Summary

The Mariner describes the Hermit in a positive manner, as a holy man who is in tune with nature. The Mariner overhears the passengers talk about the lights. The Hermit remarks that no one is responding, and that the ship looks bad. The Pilot is scared, but the Hermit urges him to keep on. As the boat comes closer, the Mariner is still, but he hears a noise. The ship is destroyed by something in the water, and the Mariner goes overboard. He is brought into the rescue boat. The Mariner has been through an ordeal, and his looks scare the Pilot and Hermit. The Mariner grabs the oars, and the Pilot's Boy acts crazy and calls the Mariner the Devil. Finally, they bring the Mariner to land, and the Mariner wants the Hermit to absolve him of his...

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