Comparative Essay Of My Last Duchess And Porphyrias Lover

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  • My Last Duchess Power and Control Opening Paragraphs

    the main theme in the anthology we’ve examined; its message destroying the illusion of power being desirable.  Power and control is explored in a cynical aspect by the writers; how it could distort individuals –even bring their demise. In “My Last Duchess”, Browning shows us how power can unhinge a person; create him into a monster devoid of emotions. Ironically the man born with the silver spoon is no different to the hawk in Hughes’ poem with the mind-set of sheer superiority.  We see Tybalt

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  • Write About the Ways Browning Tells the Story in My Last Duchess

    The story focuses on the key events of the painting, the marriage between the Duke and the past Duchess, the possible murder of the Duchess and the yet to be new wife. The story being told is of the relationship between the Duke and former Duchess. Browning adopts numerous narrative techniques. Browning uses the form of a dramatic monologue to help the story progress. For instance 'That's my Last Duchess' shows that there is one speculator although there is an implied audience. The effect of this

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  • Analysis of Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess"

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  • My Last Duchess Robert Browning

    My Last Duchess Robert Browning was in his 50s before he achieved universal popularity but the lean years prior to his recognition allowed the poet to experiment with genre, form and language. As well as poetry, Browning had a great love of theatre and one of his early ambitions was as a playwright but after failing to find success on the stage, he accepted that he lacked the skill to engage audiences for several hours. However, his apprenticeship was not wasted for Browning, honing his skills

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  • “My Last Duchess” and “Porphyria’s Lover”,

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    wedding. Since, I met the Duke of Ferrara I have this feeling that he is not a good party for your daughter. As the duke and I stopped by his collection of individually commissioned art, he showed me the portrait of his late duchess. While discussing the portrait of the last duchess, he reveals himself as a domineering husband who regarded his beautiful wife as a mere object; he said that “I call that piece a wonder, now“. He refers not only the painting, as well, his wife as “the piece”, an object.

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