Kubla Khan

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March 31, 2016

 

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The vocabulary used throughout the poem helps convey these themes in images to the reader. In the first two lines, Coleridge describes the ?pleasure dome' in Xanadu. In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure dome decree Kubla Khan did not merely order, but decree that a ?stately pleasure dome' be built...
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This dome is evidence of how unnatural the place of Xanadu is, it has a ruler who ignores the unpleasantness that can be found in life. The use of vocabulary challenges and teases the imagination into seeing what he, Coleridge saw in his dream. In Xanadu, there are not small streams, but ?sinuous rills' and wall and towers do not enclose the gardens but are ?girdled round'...
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