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Though they have "beheld her pristine form display'd" (472), they are glad that man has prepared "[a] robe, more pleasing, for herself to wear" (474). The "[w]ide wasting conflagration" that "quickly bares the bosom of the ground" can thus be justified as a necessary step in this sartorial transformation (269-70). Now, "[a] beauteous zone shall guide the stranger's eye" (108). Michael Williams glosses "zone" as "a geographical zone" but in contemporary usage it also refers to a woman's belt or girdle (OED).