Percy Shelley: Poems

Is this poem ironic or tragic? What is the irony or tragedy implicit in this poem?


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THere is both tragedy and irony in this poem. Ozymandias's statue was intended to project his greatness. The onlookers, however, only see shattered pieces upon a wasteland. Perhaps this man was once famous, but no more.