Ozymandias

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  • Created on: 27-03-14 11:24

Ozymandias

*Summary: The narrator meets a travellor who talks about a statue in the middle of a very large desert. The statue is the only thing left of the kings great rule and is now crumbled and in ruins.

*Commentary: The narrator talks until the colon on the second line. Then it is the travellor speaking.

*Form: It is a however has no simple rhyme scheme or punctuation. It uses enjambament and iambic pentameter to suggest natural speech.

*Structure: There are no clear stanzas however it is split up using punctuation. Enjambament is used to show speech.

*Sounds: Iambic pentatmeter gives regular sound. The end of line one and three rhyme. The

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