Allusion in Ozymandias
Allusion Examples in Ozymandias:
"antique land..." See in text (Ozymandias)
Shelley's use of the phrase antique land reflects the Romantics' interest in the ancient and therefore exotic. Since the title of the poem represents the Greek spelling of the name of the Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II, we know that Shelley is alluding to Egypt as the setting for the traveler’s tale.