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Day 1. In his masterpiece, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner , Samuel Taylor Coleridge tells a vivid story with startling affects. The running commentary in the margins, added later by the poet, is easy-to-read and serves as a guide to its philosophy.

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Day 1

Day 1

In his masterpiece, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Samuel Taylor Coleridge tells a vivid story with startling affects.

The running commentary in the margins, added later by the poet, is easy-to-read and serves as a guide to its philosophy.

Elimination of unnecessary hyphens in compound modifier

Correction of commonly confused words

Correction of unclear pronoun reference

Elimination of commas with a restrictive appositive


Day 1

Day 1

In his masterpiece The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Samuel Taylor Coleridge tells a vivid story with startling effects.

Elimination of commas with a restrictive appositive

Correction of commonly confused words

The running commentary in the margins, added later by the poet, is easy to read and serves as a guide to the poet’s philosophy.

Elimination of unnecessary hyphens in compound modifier

Correction of unclear pronoun reference


Day 1

Day 2

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner combines the vivid imagery and intricate symbolism, which you might expect in something based on a dream.

“I readily believe, read a Latin quotation that opened an early edition of the poem that there are more invisible than visible Natures in the universe.”

Correct relative pronoun and punctuation in nonrestrictive clause

Use quotation marks in a split quotation

Elimination of you without a clear antecedent

Use of specific noun to improve style


Day 1

Day 2

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner combines the vivid imagery and intricate symbolism that a reader might expect in a poem based on a dream.

Correct relative pronoun and punctuation in nonrestrictive clause

Elimination of you without a clear antecedent

Use of specific noun to improve style

“I readily believe,” read a Latin quotation that opened an early edition of the poem, “that there are more invisible than visible Natures in the universe.”

Use of quotation marks in a split quotation


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Day 3

The blending of ordinary and supernatural elements in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner show Coleridge’s interest in romantic subjects.

In light of the consideration of the fact that Coleridge’s other famous poems were unfinished, the skillfully-constructed and unified Rime is all the more striking.

Revision of wordy sentence

Subject and verb agreement

Elimination of unnecessary hyphen in compound modifier


Day 1

Day 3

The blending of ordinary and supernatural elements in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner shows Coleridge’s interest in romantic subjects.

Subject and verb agreement

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In light of the consideration of the fact that

Since Coleridge’s other famous poems were unfinished, the skillfully constructed and unified Rime is all the more striking.

Revision of wordy sentence

Elimination of unnecessary hyphen in compound modifier


Day 1

Day 4

Coleridge uses the stanza format of a ballad. He unfolds the mariner’s complex story. He does so in a direct fashion.

To produce emotional and musical effects, such as alliteration, consonance, and assonance, are among the poetic devices used.

Correction of sentence fragment

Correction of misplaced modifier

Revision of choppy sentences


Day 1

Day 4

Using the stanza format of a ballad, Coleridge unfolds the mariner’s complex story in a direct fashion.

Revision of choppy sentences

Among the poetic devicesused to produce emotional and musical effects are alliteration, consonance, and assonance.

Correction of sentence fragment

Correction of misplaced modifier


Day 1

Day 5

Coleridge’s six-hundred-and-twenty-five line narrative poem ends on an optimistic note, love is all important.

Near the end, Coleridge pronounces his faith, “He prayeth best who loveth best / all things both great and small….”

Use of hyphen with prefix all-

Capitalization of first word in line of poetry

Use of colon to introduce clarifying material

Correct format of longer quotation

Use of numerals for numbers above one hundred


Day 1

Day 5

Coleridge’s 625 line narrative poem ends on an optimistic note: love is

all-important.

Use of numerals for numbers above one hundred

Use of colon to introduce clarifying material

Use of hyphen with prefix all-

Near the end, Coleridge pronounces his faith:

He prayeth best who loveth best

All things both great and small….

Correct format of longer quotation

Capitalization of first word in line of poetry


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