Discuss the treatment of nature in "Kubla Khan."

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There is lots of critical debate about the presentation of nature in this poem, and there certainly seems to be a conflict between the man-made "pleasure dome" created by Kubla Khan and the raw, natural expression of nature as depicted in the "caverns measureless to man" and the "chasm." We can see Kubla Khan's act of creation as symbolically...

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