Set sail on a profound maritime journey with the Rime of The Ancient Mariner, penned by the illustrious Samuel Taylor Coleridge. In this tale, a man aboard a ship commits a single, grave act that alters the course of his existence. Stricken by his own deeds, the Mariner grapples with remorse and seeks penance. This edition is enriched by the atmospheric illustrations of Gustave Dore, which resonate with the depth and emotion of Coleridge's words.
Experience the psychological and spiritual voyage of the Mariner, as he grapples with the consequences of his actions and embarks on a path to redemption.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a beacon of the British Romantic movement, sculpted this masterpiece, which has remained timeless and impactful.
Gustave Dore, celebrated for his detailed engravings, lends a visual depth to the poem, immersing readers in the Mariner's tale.
The colorful hardcover, combined with Dore's illustrations, provides a unique reading experience that's both engaging and nostalgic.
The sturdy hardcover ensures that this classic will remain a cherished part of your collection.
Embrace a journey of guilt, penance, and enlightenment with this edition of Rime of The Ancient Mariner. The combination of Coleridge's evocative poetry and Dore's timeless illustrations makes this a must-have for every literary enthusiast.
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