Ozymandias': Language, Form and Structure

In this lesson, we will examine some of the ways Shelley uses language and form to create meaning within the poem. We will be focusing specifically on how the theme of power is presented by Shelley.

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'Ozymandias' Language, Form, and Structure

A Review quiz to check your understanding of the key vocabulary and terminology in the language, form and structure lesson for 'Ozymandias'.

Q1.Which word relates most closely to 'hubris'?

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Q2.Choose which theme is central to the poem.

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Q3.What form is the poem written in? ________ form.

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Q4.True or false: Shelley wrote this poem partly as a criticism of King George III, who he thought was a tyrant?

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Q5.Complete Line 11: "Look on my Works, ye __________, and despair!"

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

'Ozymandias' Language, Form, and Structure

A Review quiz to check your understanding of the key vocabulary and terminology in the language, form and structure lesson for 'Ozymandias'.

Q1.Which word relates most closely to 'hubris'?

1/5

Q2.Choose which theme is central to the poem.

2/5

Q3.What form is the poem written in? ________ form.

3/5

Q4.True or false: Shelley wrote this poem partly as a criticism of King George III, who he thought was a tyrant?

4/5

Q5.Complete Line 11: "Look on my Works, ye __________, and despair!"

5/5

Lesson summary: Ozymandias': Language, Form and Structure

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