And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer - Pages 1 – 15 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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Dear Reader (Introduction) – Frederik Backman welcomes readers to his novella by talking about running out of ideas with age, and the strange idea that humans have where they fear growing old more than dying. Backman explains his novella is one of love, memories, and letting go. Backman explains the novella was only ever intended privately for himself to sort through his own thoughts and explain them to his children with respect to losing the greatest minds he knows. Now, he gives the world the same thoughts.

(novella) In the middle of the hospital floor at the end of life, a man wakes up in a green tent while a young man sitting beside him tells him not to be scared. Grandpa and Noah (his grandson) sit beside one another. Grandpa reflects on how, despite the difference in age between them, they are both kids...

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