Goblin Market - Winter: My Secret Summary & Analysis

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Winter: My Secret Summary

Winter: My Secret is written as a direct response to the reader. In the first verse the narrator considers telling us a secret but decides not to as the weather is bad and the reader is too curious.

In the second verse the narrator continues to describe the winter months. She describes the cold, biting weather that makes her wrap up warmly to protect herself. The narrator tells us that in weather like this she won't open her door to anybody, preferring to be ensconced inside in the warmth and away from prying eyes.

The narrator considers the spring months and decides that the weather at this time of year cannot be trusted or relied upon. She reinforces her distrust of the spring months by saying it is likely to snow even in May.

The only time the narrator would consider telling us...

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