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Title: 'Valentine' and 'Stealing' - By Carol Ann Duffy

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Date: January 9, 2009
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Duffy also never reveals the sex or identity of either person. In ?Valentine' she uses an onion to explain love, going from the idea that it's really romantic, to how it's lethal. "It's a moon wrapped in brown paper" for an example. Duffy was using a moon because it's nearly always associated with romance in films and movies...

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Duffy was using a moon because it's nearly always associated with romance in films and movies. The "brown paper" is the skin of the onion, meaning that she's being careful to mention all of the aspects of the onion, and the fact that it's a gift, because, traditionally, you wrap gifts up. In ?Stealing', Duffy uses a snowman to describe the thief's emotions, relating to how they are both cold inside...

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