posted by Jenna on .
I would say no, the mariner was not alone on his ship, because there was the wedding guest with him! I went to google and looked up the poem, read it, and it looks like he mostly says things like "The ship was cheered, the harbour cleared,Merrily did we drop" and "Day after day, day after day, We stuck, nor breath nor motion" and there are other places where he refers to "we".
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Hello, in the poem the ancient mariner was the mariner alone on the ship I can't find the answer in the book, and also, was story-telling a favorite pasttime of the mariner, I can't find that answer, I am thinking false for the second question. Thanks
The "we" you are referring to was long ago, before the albatross.