Britt-Marie Was Here - Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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In Chapter 9 Britt-Marie watches as the children play soccer. Vega reminds Britt-Marie of Ingrid because her younger brother, Omar, is always in her shadow, the way Britt-Marie was always in Ingrid’s shadow. It was Ingrid’s dream for them to one day live in Paris. At this point in her life, Britt-Marie has still not been to Paris. Britt-Marie loved Ingrid. Even though Ingrid excelled at everything, she noticed Britt-Marie and complimented her.

Britt-Marie is distracted from her thoughts by a banging on the door. It is Vega. She wants to know if they can watch the soccer game at the recreation center. When Britt-Marie tells her that she had heard there was no longer a team, Vega becomes defensive of her friends. She argues the group is a team because they played together and because they were there.

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