In the poem "Ozymandius" by P.B.

Kaufman, Robert.  Reading Shelley's Interventionist Poetry, 1819-1820.  2001.

Shel Silverstein was a poet, but he was more than just that.

Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) is one of the most famous poets in all of English literature. He was one of a group of poets who became known as The Romantics.

The three poems I have chosen are 'After Death', 'Youth Gone, Beauty Gone' and 'Remember'.

P B Shelley, 'Ozymandias' - British Library

Morton, Timothy. (Cambridge UP 2006). A substantial excerpt from the Introduction is available [scroll down to "look inside," then open PDF]. "Shelley would have loved the internet," notes Morton.

Love poems of this time period made women out to be superficial goddesses.

Brocking, M. Elisabeth. Brocking defends the thesis that ", Shelley's longest and most neglected major work, contains some of his most rigorous thinking on the subject of revolution, as well as showing a substantial growth in poetic skill." Rice Univ. electronic Theses and Dissertations.

Both poems and sonnets are English and have fourteen lines or stanzas, and the rhyme scheme of ABABCDCDEFEFGG, which points out beauty in women.


Percy Bysshe Shelley - sonnets - Sonnet Central

Urquhart, Troy. Urquhart contends that "the presents a model for the creation and transfer of meaning that is remarkably similar to that described by Shelley's ." 31 (August 2003).

Percy Bysshe Shelley Literary Criticism

Sharp, Michele Turner. Says Sharp, "From the outset, , the pastoral elegy that Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote for his fellow poet, John Keats, strikes an odd note. It was written at a time when pastoral elegy had become both obsolete and explicitly maligned." Summer 2000 [subscription service].

Online literary criticism for Percy Bysshe Shelley ..

Mulhallen, Jacqueline. (Open Book Publishers 2011). "This is the first full-length study of Shelley's plays in performance. It offers a rich, meticulously researched history of Shelley's role as a playwright and dramatist and a reassessment of his 'closet dramas' as performable pieces of theatre." The complete book is available open access through Google, or for purchase.

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"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"
He had power, wealth, and kingdoms.
He thought his power would stand the test of time.

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Morton, Timothy. Using two topoi, 'Blood and Gold' and 'Ecotopia,' Morton focuses on the poetics rather than the politics of . Early Shelley: Vulgarisms, Politics, and Fractals, August 1997.

An analysis of Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley

She was never fond of being out in the public light and at one point in her life even stated she thought it was ridiculous to have her poems published.