A Critique of Shelley

Reply Tue 5 Jul, 2022 06:24 pm
Percy Bysshe Shelley, published the poem "Ozymandias", intended to remove an estate family, a new statesman's tradition, through forcing a reader to split family, or legacy, if they were capable of establishing a tradition of knights.
Every time, the remedially inclined (people with no interest in money or wealth or family or school or children or betterment of themselves, that master a single book and toy with others to put them into the book for entertainment, while working a pointless job and wasting their parents time and capital prior developed to the child's future), torment the statesman's family's potential wife, framing the author as themselves, as a leader.
The more direct the enunciation of the wife, the more striking the leader would've been, with the wife and the merger of culture through theme of poem. It never creates Adolf Hitler, just Friedrich Nietzsche.
Or Percy Bysshe Shelley, drowned in a blizzard on his thirtieth birthday, by a Lake Troll, from underneath the Arctic, summoning the Demons back to this world, from Yggdrissil, their slumbering bases.
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