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This excerpt from Annus Mirabilis by John Dryden : What is the central idea of the excerpt? More great than human now, and more august, Now deified she from her fires does rise: Her widening streets on new foundations trust, And opening into larger parts she flies. Before, she like some shepherdess did show, Who sat to bathe her by a river's side; Not answering to her fame, but rude and low, Nor taught the beauteous arts of modern pride. . . . Now, like a maiden queen, she will behold, From her high turrets, hourly suitors come; The

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