"My Last Duchess"
The poem "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning consists of different types of emotions. The story is about a duke who is trying to marry a count's daughter. While he is talking to a group of count's advisors, he describes his last duchess. He explains how the relationship with his last duchess was affected by the expressions that he though she had given. The duke talks about how she had a smile
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a lot of anger and made him do things to his last duchess to get her out of his life.
In conclusion, the emotions of jealousy, love, and anger had the major role in the poem. Although the duke was a man of power, he had these emotions, and he could not control them. Emotion will play a part in almost everything people do in life. Browning effectively describes the duke’s emotions as abnormal.