Power and Conflict Ozymandias

Sophia  Hinchliffe
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Power and Conflict Ozymandias
1 Percy Bysshe Shelley
1.1 Atheist
1.2 romantic poet
1.3 supported French/ American reverloutions
1.4 wrote Ozymandias in 1817
1.5 1792 - 1822
2 title Ozymandias
2.1 suggests power
2.2 serious subject matter
2.3 formal
2.4 distinctive
2.4.1 stands out
2.5 mysterious
2.6 eastern
2.6.1 exsotic
3 themes
3.1 mocking of ozymandias
3.2 pitty for ozymandias
3.3 authority
3.4 aggression
3.5 hubris
3.6 pomposity of tyrants
3.7 immobility of art
4 "i met a traveller from a antique land"
4.1 "antique"
4.1.1 old/ valuable
4.1.2 locates it in the past
5 "two vast and trunkless legs of stone"
5.1 lifeless
5.2 cold
5.3 detached
6 "whose frown and wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command"
6.1 "cold command"
6.1.1 sculpture catchers the evil of the ruler
6.1.2 authority/ aggression
6.1.3 sculpture carefully observes the ruler
7 "lifeless things"
8 "my name is ozymandias, king of kings: look on my works, ye mighty, and despair"
8.1 boasting
8.2 justoposition
8.2.1 nothing lasts
8.2.2 sand consumes
8.2.3 time passes
8.3 irony
9 "colossal wreck, boundless and bare"
9.1 nothing is left of his work
9.1.1 nothing left of his reign
9.2 ruined
9.2.1 destroyed
9.3 blank
9.3.1 empty
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