Objects & Places from My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry

Fredrik Backman
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The Secret Language

This is a private way for Granny and Elsa to communicate, and it symbolizes the closeness of their relationship. This is also the actual the way Wolfheart communicated with his mother.

The Wurse

This symbolizes the need to protect; it is a fighting animal from the Land-of-Almost-Awake; and it becomes Elsa's friend.

Granny's Wardrobe

This place symbolizes safety, and it is a place where Granny and Elsa sleep when they are going to the Land-of-Almost Awake.

Halfie/Harry

This is Ulrika’s unborn child, and is also a symbol of all the changes in Elsa’s life.

Elsa's Gryffindor Scarf

This symbolizes the bullying that Elsa endures. Elsa loves this object because she likes the Harry Potter books.

The Characters' Cars

These objects are driven by various characters, and the model names are used as if they are names.

Cigarette Smoke

This symbolizes Granny’s...

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