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In andrew marvell's poem "to his coy mistress," why does the speaker use the line "thou by the indian ganges' side"? a. to make his beloved feel exotic and unique b. to reveal the depth of his love for his beloved c. to convey that his beloved seems far away d. to demonstrate his knowledge to his beloved

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