What Is The Tone Of Ozymandias

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Percy Bysshe Shelley have written the poem "Ozymandias" to show how time can destroy a person's past, no matter how powerful they are. In this poem, the speaker meets "a traveler from an antique land" and the speaker learns about the severely damaged statue of the king, Ozymandias from the traveler's experience (1). The speaker's tone in this poem is awe, because the speaker is listening intently to the traveler's experience. On the other hand, the poet used a lot of imagery throughout the poem to convey its message to the reader. An example is when the traveler describes how the "colossal wreck" of the statue is lone and "stretch far away" on the desert (13,14). Consequently, it allows the reader to paint a picture in their mind about how
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