The Struggle of Art in Kubla Khan

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Title: The Struggle of Art in Kubla Khan
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Kyle Liao
Date: July 1, 2009
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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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Thus the trinity of the three qualities, the initial cause of the overflowing, can also be seen as a key to unlocking the unconscious. In the last stanza, the poet describes a “vision once [he] saw,” of “A damsel with a dulcimer… …Singing of Mount Abora” (v...
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