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The rime of an ancient mariner



claudiafer
Argentina

The rime of an ancient mariner
 
Hi, teachers all over the world! I am working with english poetry, and I found a song form Iron Maden, that retells the story of the ancient mariner, from Coleridge. The problem is that I came across a word I had never seen.

spirits go fromhe long dead bodies

FROMHE:
Can anyone tell me if it exists? And by the way, what is the meaning of it!
Thanks in advance.

21 Jul 2011      



ballycastle1
United Kingdom

It ´s just a typo; it should read ´from the ´.

21 Jul 2011     



douglas
United States

Funny, I was listening to the live version of that last night.

21 Jul 2011     



seansarto
United States

I was putting together a film proposal for the "Ancient Mariner"...Big ideas for it...but I shelved it and returned to China. The Iron Maiden song didn ´t really fit into my project, but I was pretty impressed they were using such material with their audiences.

22 Jul 2011     



Mr Jazz
France

Up the irons indeed!

22 Jul 2011