(a) At first the wedding guest addresses the ancient mariner as a loon and the next
moment he is listening to him like a child. This clearly shows that the ancient mariner has a kind of magnetic power symbolised by his ‘glittering’ eyes. Strange things happen when the sea is filled with colours that witches might have produced and the crew members dream about a supernatural spirit that is haunting their ship. The emergence of the Albatross from the mist, and the sailors revering it as a sign of good luck, as though it were a “Christian Soul” sent by God to save them is another supernatural instance.
(b) The poet threw a log at the snake because he was gripped with a strange sense of horror. The rational being within him was telling him that the snake was a dangerous being, and so conceding to the voice of his education his instinctive reaction was to pick up a log and clumsily hurl it at the snake.
(c) While rehearsing Patol Babu had thought that if he had a newspaper open in his hand and then the collision took place while he had his eyes on the newspaper, the scene would look more authentic and natural. The director, Baren Mullick agreed to his suggestion and requested a bystander to give Patol Babu the newspaper he was carrying for that one shot.
(d) The spirit in the Ouija Boards called Hallock a’ traitor because Helen, the ghost, had wanted him to exert his influence and get all his friends and acquaintances to stop using the Ouija Board and Hallock, on the other hand, had joined his wife and her friends in an Ouija Board party.
(e) On the day of Caesar’s death, there was a major upheaval in the sky indicating that something undesirable was going to happen. Calpurnia dreamt of Caesar’s statue and saw blood gushing out of it like a fountain. A lioness gave birth to her cubs on the street and graves opened up exposing the dead. All of this was considered to be a bad omen, signifying Caesar’s death in the near future.
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