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I left out this sentence. I just wanted to know if it is possible. Can you help me rephrase the second sentence, please? "Nature, however,"

1) In Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Marine, nature is again personified and presented as a living being. Nature, however, is not seen as a moral guide but infused with abstract and supernatural meanings. The storm, for example, is represented as a huge bird, chasing the ship with its large wings.
2)The ice, on the other hand, is first described as a magic element and suddenly turns into a dangerous creature. The fact that it surrounds the ship can be interpreted as a symbol of paralyses reinforced by the mist which increases the atmosphere of uncertainty and mystery.

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    1) In Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," nature is again personified and presented as a living being. Nature, however, is not seen as a moral guide, but infused with abstract and supernatural meanings. The storm, for example, is represented as a huge bird, chasing the ship with its large wings.

    2) The ice, however, is first described as a magic element and then suddenly is turned into a dangerous creature. Because it surrounds the ship, it can be seen as a symbol of paralysis, reinforced by the mist, which increases the atmosphere of uncertainty and mystery.

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