"Ozymandias" by Perscy Bysshe Shelley
Sub-- What is the tone of a speaker of the poem and how do we understand the tone.
Perscy bysshe shelley
Ozymandias is one of the best sonnets that
Shelley wrote. Technically the poem confirms to the sonnet form in having 14 lines.
Ozymandias a Greek form of an Egyptian name.
In its rhyme scheme is ab ab ac dc ed ef .
Theme-nostalgia for the past idea that things change and nothing will stay in its original glory forever.
Tone- Speaker is also mocking the great king because he built up this huge kingdom on the backs of worker only to have it now in shambles.
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