Goblin Market - At Home Summary & Analysis

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At Home Summary

At Home is written from a ghost's point of view. In the first verse the ghost describes returning to visit friends. The friends are described as happy, laughing and enjoying life. The friends love each other and are celebrating their friendship and life in general.

In the second verse the ghost, unseen by the humans, continues to watch the friends. Their conversation focuses on life in the present and hopes for the future. No mention is made of the past and this upsets the ghost.

The ghost is hurt that the friends have forgotten her and shivers miserably. She doesn't want to be noticed by the friends and doesn't disturb them. The ghost is torn between wanting to remain with the friends and having to go away and leave them. The ghost chooses to leave, upset by the fact that her friends have forgotten her...

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