Results for: Ozymandias

In Poetry

Analysis on ozymandias?

The poem is open to interpretation, of course, but the most simple way to interpret it is as a statement on human hubris in the face of the much greater process, N/nature. It (MORE)

Paraphrase of Ozymandias?

  The poem starts with two narrators, the "I" and the "traveler" who narrates the story. The traveler begins by describing the statue in the sand: it is a huge pair of bod (MORE)
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What is the tone of ozymandias?

The poem Ozymandias has a rather ironic tone. He mocks the "King of Kings" and how what was once great is now in shambles.
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Who is Ozymandias?

Quote from the related link: "Ozymandias was another name for Ramesses the Great, Pharaoh of the nineteenth dynasty of ancient Egypt.[4]" Alternatively, from the second rela (MORE)
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What is the poem ozymandias about?

this Ozymandias is basically about the king of Egypt and thought if there is someone out there who is better than him can then only come and look at his statues and his amazin (MORE)

Who wrote Ozymandias?

The poem "Ozymandias" (referring to pharoah Ramses II) was written by Percy Bysshe Shelly (1792-1822).
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Who is Ozymandias In Ozymandias?

Ozymandias in the poem is a reference to Ramses II (or Ramses the Great) who was a pharaoh during the nineteenth dynasty of Egypt.
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Where is the Statue of Ozymandias?

Ozymandias is the Greek name for Ramses II - an Egyptian pharaoh who ruled for 67 years in the thirteenth century B.C. The statue was discovered at the Great Temple of Ptah of (MORE)