posted by Henry2 on .
I left out the last two parts. Thank you very much.
1.The fifth part continues the process of soul’s revival. The ship begins to move and celestial spirits stand by the corpses of the dead men.
2. In the sixth part the process of healing seems to be made difficult.
3. In the last stanzas of the seventh part the Mariner’s gains the wedding guest’ s sympathy.
4. Coleridge does not tell us the end of the story, but lets the reader suppose that the Mariner’s sense of guilt will end only with his death.
1. of THE soul's survival