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Essay heading: The Struggle of Art in Kubla Khan
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Issue: Poetry & Poets
Written by: Kyle Liao
Date added: July 1, 2009
No of pages / words: 4 / 960
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Nature, often represented as a feminized Mother Nature, has become so sexually impassioned in her “romantic chasm” that she reaches a metaphorical orgasm: “A mighty fountain momently was forced” (v.19). We reach the trinity of nature, sexuality and divinity if we notice how the “savage place,” which can mean both sexual and natural savageness, is described as “holy and enchanted” (v...
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The idea of a fountain being forced from a chasm also strikes up the image of an overflowing well. If we see the well as a symbol of the latent qualities of the unconscious, or, those qualities which our creative faculties struggle to access, then the image of an overflowing well can symbolize all of the dormant potential of the unconscious suddenly being unleashed...
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