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Homework Help: Literature

Posted by Tina on Sunday, January 15, 2012 at 3:00pm.

Assuming “Kubla Khan” is a deliberate fragment (i.e. that it is finished in its unfinished state), what does the introductory narrative imply about the nature of (ideal) poetic creation? How does the narrative frame our understanding of what the poem fragment is or is about?

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