Xanadu


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Xanadu

place appearing in Coleridge’s dream; where Kubla Khan “did/A stately pleasure-dome decree.” [Br. Lit.: “Kubla Khan” in Payton, 744]

Xanadu

site of Kubla Khan’s “stately pleasure dome”. [Br. Lit.: Kubla Khan in Payton, 744]

Xanadu

site of Kubla Khan’s “pleasure dome.” [Br. Lit.: “Kubla Khan” in Benét, 555]
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