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Percy Bysshe Shelly Ozymandias
Percy Bysshe Shelly is a well renowned author of poetry and prose. He has written much credible works during his time. One particular poem is a sonnet called Ozymandias which tells us that humans are mortals and do not live forever, we are temporal
creatures and that with the person goes the power.
<Tab/>My first impression of this poem made me very confused. How could I spot the
transitions here so I can see the whole picture that the traveler from the antique land is describing to us? The author is using one metaphor throughout the whole poem and that is completely shatter…
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