A Man Called Ove - Chapters 15 - 19 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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“A Man Called Ove and a Delayed Train” Present tense. At a nearby train station, Ove waits on the platform, narration indicating his intentions to kill himself by throwing himself in front of a train. Suddenly a waiting passenger has a seizure and falls onto the train tracks. Ove helps him out, remaining on the tracks as the train draws closer. He catches a glimpse of the terrified young driver and pulls himself out of the way: he feels like the driver should not be forced into the trauma of having killed a man, even accidentally. Afterwards Ove heads home, noting that visitors from the council have again been to visit Rune and Anita, and also noting that by his front door, there is a cat-shaped hole in the snowdrift, with “a cat at the bottom of it.”

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