A Man Called Ove - Chapters 32 - 34 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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“A Man Called Ove Isn’t Running a Damned Hotel” Present tense. That night, after making sure the cat is asleep, Ove again gets out the rifle and prepares to kill himself. He’s just settling in to shoot himself when he hears a noise outside and angrily flings open the door. He surprises Adrian (who runs screaming off) and Mirsad (who reacts more calmly), who explains that he has come out as gay to his father; that his father threw him out of the house; and that Adrian thought, because Ove has so much room, that Mirsad could stay there. At first Ove refuses, saying he’s not running a hotel. But then he catches sight of a photo of the pregnant Sonya taken when they were in Spain, and changes his mind.

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