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Which sentence states an important theme of Kubla Khan a. Nature has supernatural powers. b. There is a powerful contrast between sun and ice. c. Human beings need pleasure. d. Music calms the
savage beast.
The sentence states an important theme of Kubla Khan is a. Nature has supernatural powers. The interaction between man and nature is a major theme for Coleridge. [ It's painted all over "Kubla Khan," as we go from the dome to the river, and then from the gardens to the sea. Sometimes he's focused on human characters, sometimes on natural forces. In fact, it's difficult to get away from this
theme in this poem. Think of this tension as a tug-of war between humans and their temporary constructions (buildings) and the seeming permanence of nature. ]
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