"Eurydice" appears in Carol Ann Duffy's The World's Wife (1999). Through a series of dramatic satirizes male arrogance and presumption, especially in the literary realm., Duffy's collection adopts the perspectives of various forgotten or overlooked women, including the wives and partners of famous men from history and myth. This poem takes the perspective of Eurydice, the bride of the legendary poet/musician Orpheus in ancient Greek mythology. Unlike the original character, a loving wife whom Orpheus heroically tries to rescue from the underworld, this version of Eurydice despises Orpheus and has no desire to be rescued. In fact, she takes the initiative to ensure they're separated forever. Through its feminist retelling of a popular tale, "Eurydice"