He does not say anything about his possible grief about her death; the only thing that bothers him is the desire to have sex with this woman.
On my opinion, the poems by Marvell and Browning have many things in common, because both of them are about men’s attitude to women.
This poem is a kind of warning to all women against cajolery that is used by men to bed women.
Andrew Marvell underlines women shyness and modesty that make all women so desirable by men.
And this attitude is rather similar, because the Duke wants to have a woman to full fill his collection of things, and the lover from by Margie Piercy.
This metaphoric poem describes the woman’s body as the parts of office equipment.
However, women are the softer sex, and men forget about this truth and try to use women’s skills as well as their own.
One more work of art does not depict woman as the thing alive that deserves respect and recognition just because it is near.
Browning tries to represent how admiration, jealousy, and self-esteem are united in one man and make him happy and disappointed, weak and strong, courageous and cowardly at the same time.
In this poem, the author depicts women as the objects, which may not have names and may serve as the means to demonstrate some precious good or service.