The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Mariner and Death URGENT

I have an exam tomorrow and I'm writing a practice essay on the Rime of the Ancient Mariner (I know what topic I'm writing on). Well, this is SUPER URGENT.

Is there a point in the poem where the Mariner is actually wishing he could die? If so, may I please have a quote?😎Thanks

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After killing the albatross inn part 4, the mariner wishes he would die but he cannot even do that he has been sentenced to the. "curse in a dead man's eye" for "seven days and seven nights. (part 4 lines 57-58).