'Women Portrayed In My Last Duchess'
Their lack of education appears when the Duke says “ too easily impressed”, he talks about her as if he is taking about a child. They could not obtain their rights in social activities which is represented in the poem, “ she thanked men” . The Duchess loves to interact with people which made the Duke insecure and unpleasant. Women at the Victorian era could not inherit a property, so they must married to get money and live a good life. The Duchess seems to be different, she does not care about the wealth of her husband everything is the same for her. Her attitudes make the Duke afraid of losing his power. he feels that she does not need him that is why he killed her to prove to himself, and the women he still the leader and the ruler. Browning succeeded in express in his poem Feminism at that time. He was neutral and objective, he did not biased to men in his society. He clearly explain women problems and difficulties in his period. Browning supports Feminism in his poem. He shows how men ignorant and prejudice was in the Victorian