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There are actually several alliterations in these lines. There is "besides," "boundless," and "bare"....You can also include "remains" and "round"; "lone" and "level" in previous lines. Alliteration places key emphases on words to reflect the decaying majesty of Ozymandias. Shelley also uses alliteration to frame the scene, like a picture. Note the beginning lines, "vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand ". Then he uses alliteration at the end as well.
The poet makes use of the poetic device of alteration in the last two lines. Identify the words that make up this figure of speech and comment on the effect this device creates here