- "My Last Duchess" [text]
- "My Last Duchess" [The Duke's premeditation]
- The Silent Listener in Browning's "My Last Duchess"
- Applying Modern Critical Theory to Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess"
- Discussion Questions
- The Last Duchess of Alfonso II
- Who is Convinced?: How We Project Our Own Emotions Project on the Poem
- Hops, Skips, and Jumps in "My Last Duchess"
The poem's historical contexts and sources
- “I said Frà Pandolf by Design”: Browning's “My Last Duchess” [an historical source for Frà Pandolf]
- Browning's Portrait of a Renaissance Man: Alphonso II D' este, Duke of Ferrara, in "My Last Duchess"
The poem's literary relations
- All the pretty sea-horses: Echoes and Traces of Robert Browning's “My Last Duchess” in A Streetcar Named Desire
The poem's relations to art and artist
- A Victorian artist's drawing of the poem's setting — the Ducal Palace of Ferrara
- Byam Shaw's illustration of the closing lines of the poem
- "Please You Sit and Look at Her": Art and Objectification
Last modified 26 February 2012