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English: Literature Reader


Nothing beside remains.' What does the narrator mean when he says these words?


He is exlaining , that human life is time bound. The power and ... Nothing is immortal and immutable in this world
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The narrator meant by those  words that the great work done by Ozymandiaz was not now available there, now at that time the Ozymandias has no proof to prove his great works.Now, there is only sands in vast desert.
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