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Not really. While it is possible to identify that art is a definite theme through the way in which the Duke clearly objectifies his belongings and sees his former wife as just another object that belongs to him, like the seahorse he shows his guest at the end of the poem, really this dramatic monologue does concern the unbridled arrogance of a man who flaunts the fact that he had his wife killed because she displeased him.
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