A Short Analysis of Robert Browning’s ‘My Last Duchess’ — Interesting Literature

This is one of my favourite dramatic monologues which touched my heart as a young reader. One of the masterpieces of Robert Browning.

Probably Robert Browning’s most famous (and widely studied) dramatic monologue, ‘My Last Duchess’ is spoken by the Duke of Ferrara, chatting away to an acquaintance (for whom we, the reader, are the stand-in) and revealing a sinister back-story lurking behind the portrait of his late wife, the Duchess, that adorns […] 18 more words

A Short Analysis of Robert Browning’s ‘My Last Duchess’ — Interesting Literature

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