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WHAT DOES KUBLA KHAN MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Kubla Khan /ˌkʊblə ˈkɑːn/ is a poem written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, completed in 1797 and published in 1816. According to Coleridge's Preface to Kubla Khan, the poem was composed one night after he experienced an opium-influenced dream after reading a work describing Xanadu, the summer palace of the Mongol ruler and Emperor of China Kublai Khan. Upon waking, he set about writing lines of poetry that came to him from the dream until he was interrupted by a person from Porlock. The poem could not be completed according to its original 200–300 line plan as the interruption caused him to forget the lines. He left it unpublished and kept it for private readings for his friends until 1816 when, on the prompting by George Gordon Byron, it was published. Some of Coleridge's contemporaries denounced the poem and questioned his story about its origin. It was not until years later that critics began to openly admire the poem. Most modern critics now view Kubla Khan as one of Coleridge's three great poems, with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Christabel. The poem is considered one of the most famous examples of Romanticism in English poetry.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KUBLA KHAN»
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'KublaKhan' and the Fall of Jerusalem: The Mythological ...
The development of the mythological school of European Biblical criticism.
E. S. Shaffer, 1980
'KublaKhan' Poetic Structure, Hypnotic Quality, and ...
This book endorses Coleridge's statement: "nothing can permanently please which does not contain in itself the reason why it is so".
Reuven Tsur, 2006
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, KublaKhan, Christabel, and ...
Collected together in this collection are the most famous of all the poems written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 2010
Drawing on his own travels through Mongolia and China, bestselling historian John Man brings the remarkable world of Kublai Khan to vibrant life. 'One of the great strengths of this book is to rescue Kublai Khan from myth.
John Man, 2012
KublaKhan: The Emperor of Everything
An introduction to the thirteenth-century Chinese emperor which offers a more complete picture of the man than books which treat him as just a supporting player in Marco Polo's adventures.
Kathleen Krull, 2010
The Graphic Canon: From "KublaKhan" to the Brontë Sisters ...
Collects graphic adaptations of nineteenth century literary classics from "Frankenstein" and "Moby-Dick" to "Great Expectations" and "Huckleberry Finn," including illustrations inspired by famous poems and speeches.
Russell Kick, 2012
KublaKhan: Vocal Score
The absence of Rawsthorne's original orchestral score (destroyed in 1940 during a bombing raid) had, until 2007, prevented the performance of this extraordinary work.
Alan Rawsthorne, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Edward Harper, 2007
The KublaKhan Caper
It's not exactly Xanadu but the Kubla Khan, Ormand Monaco's new super-luxury hotel in Palm Desert, California is designed and built to transport visitors to what such a palace would be like.
Richard S. Prather, 2014
The Singing of Mount Abora: Coleridge's Use of Biblical ...
L HE purpose of discussing Kubla Khan after and not before The Ancient Mariner
is simply convenience. There seems no good reason to doubt its traditional
dating in the autumn of 1797, just before the conception of the later poem with
Herbert Walter Piper, 1987
KublaKhan. Dream Visions in Romanticism
In his enigmatic poem ‘Kubla Khan‘ Coleridge initially reveals the source and framework of his literary work in the title itself: ‘Kubla Khan: Or, A Vision in A Dream.
Laura Milioni, 2013
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... “Kubla Khan,” Mary Wollstonecraft's “Maria: or the Wrongs of Woman,” Jane Austen's “Sandition,” Stendahl's “Lucien Leuwen,” Melville's “The ... «Buffalo News, Jul 15»
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... screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz grabbed it from Coleridge's “Kubla Khan” (“In Xanadu did Kubla Khan/A Stately Pleasure Dome Decree”). «Buffalo.com, Jul 15»
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Read "Kubla Khan" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Compare the opium dream-inspired poem to "Xanadu." Imagine what "the milk of paradise" ... «OregonLive.com, Jul 15»
'The Forrest Gump of exploration'
... which Bartram described Appalachia's “Elysium” inspired Coleridge who virtually quoted him in the epic poem “Kubla Khan,” several lines of ... «The Standard Banner, Jul 15»
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... claimed that he composed the song in a dream, then jotted down the music after he had awoken, in the manner of Coleridge's Kubla Khan. «Irish Independent, Jul 15»
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In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure-dome decree — and no doubt he had a grill like this bad boy out the back. I could hardly wait to ... «Grand Island Independent, Jul 15»
Ritual of fire and fumes when men spend summer at the barbecue …
In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure-dome decree — and no doubt he had a grill like this bad boy out the back. I could hardly wait to ... «Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Jul 15»
Explore 11 Arizona hidden gems this summer
... role water plays in creating the caverns and highlights the original trail and colorful formations, including "Kubla Khan," a 58-foot-tall column. «azcentral.com, Jul 15»
Reg Henry: The hottest thing about men is grilling
In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure-dome decree — and no doubt he had a grill like this bad boy out the back. I could hardly wait to ... «Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jul 15»
Dinesh D'Souza Isn't the Real Criminal
Should we expect any more analysis of epic poetry to explain Hillary Clinton? Perhaps Coleridge's ''Kubla Khan'' or Shelley's ''Prometheus ... «New York Times, Jul 15»
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