Percy Shelley: Poems

Which perspective on the ruins in the desert is presented in "Ozymandias"?


the Egyptian people's perspective


the historians' perspective


the queen's perspective


the sculptor's perspective

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I think B - the historians' perspective. The inscription on the stone reflects the perspective of the sculptor in his interpretation of Ramses originally when the stone was carved. However, the poem is told from someone in a "future" time after the sands of time have ruined the sculpture.