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  • one year ago

In Percy Bysshe Shelley's "Ozymandias," what effect is created by the poet's use of phrases like "antique land," "shattered visage," and "ye Mighty"? A. They instill the poem with a sense of futility and hopelessness. B. They instill the poem with the speaker's great admiration for the king. C. They instill the poem with a feeling of the vastness of the desert. D. They instill the poem with a sense of age and long periods of time past.

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  1. CBARREDO1
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    They instill the poem with a sense of age and long periods of time past.

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