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A central theme of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is the a. sanctity of all wild creatures. c. equality of all human beings. b. goodness of all supernatural powers. d.
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User: A central theme of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is the a. sanctity of all wild creatures. c. equality of all human beings. b. goodness of all supernatural powers. d. excitement of all imaginative voyages.





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User: The redemption of the Mariner occurs when he a. reaches the equator. c. shoots the Albatross. b. shuts his eyes against the crew. d. blesses the water snakes.

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