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The suspension of the pulse, combined with the sudden smoothness of the vocal line, creates a striking contrast, which sets up the delicacy and the exaltedness of this exceptional image.
Ovid introduces, as so often, elements of a comic, not a tragic, pathetic irony, which gently undercut any moral exaltedness that the passage may have been imagined to be striving toward.
And because the government is unable to do anything in Ramadan or throughout the year with regard to fighting the phenomenon of price hikes, created by irresponsible tradesmen, who never consider exaltedness of the holy month, the local markets have become flooded with expired foodstuffs and other commodities.
Human exaltedness therefore lies in our spirituality, which is the root of human psychology, and less in our physiology.