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Browning's Introduction of the Count of Abuse

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Title: Browning's Introduction of the Count of Abuse
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Subject: English
Date: May 16, 2001
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He continues to tell the agent: "My gift of a nine-hundred-years-old name [?] Who'd stoop to blame / This sort of trifling?" (lines 33-35). Alfonso II says here that she should not look (and thank) people below their social stature. After marriage, he gave her a royal name but with her frivolousy behavior she damages his good name and reputation...
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After marriage, he gave her a royal name but with her frivolousy behavior she damages his good name and reputation. When taking into consideration that he married his wife when she was only fourteen, it is logical that she acted the way she did; she was still a child after all! This last statement is also another good example of Browning's comments on gender roles...
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