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    can somebody show me how to compare these to i did it in an assessment and it was rubbish
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    you could mention how they both talk about power and its relation to man. In ozymandias he thinks he's powerful yet overtime he becomes powerless because of nature (destruction of his statue). In storm on the Island the charater/s are given no name immediately showing how powerless they are and as they are preparing for the storm to come it shows the power nature has over them as they are forced to prepare for it.
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    In both poems humans think they are more powerful however in reality their power is only temporary but nature's is eternal. Consequently nature will always win and be the more powerful out of the two.
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    Can you give me a a easy answer for this question like a huge paragraph please i don't get it
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    the first 10 letters of storm on the island is stormont which is the political building in ireland. this shows the power politics have over people. this is represented in the statue in ozymandias and how people looked up to it and then its power was worthless unlike the power of nature and potentially human nature!!
 
 
 
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