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"My Last Duchess" reveals that the Duke was irritated by the fact that his wife was a. beautiful. c. not discriminating. b. demanding. d. dependent on him.
"My Last Duchess" reveals that the Duke was irritated by the fact that his wife was c. not discriminating.
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