Britt-Marie Was Here - Chapters 12-14 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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In Chapter 12, Britt-Marie is impressed that the policeman does not talk about himself on the way to the house but instead tries to learn about Britt-Marie. He tells her it is nice that she is helping the children because they need someone to “see” (98) them. She changes the subject by commenting about the number of “For Sale” signs at houses in Borg. He tells her those who have signs up still have hope of selling their houses, those who do not have taken their houses off the market. Britt-Marie tries to change the subject again to soccer. Sven explains to her that his love of soccer seemed to be instinctive.

When they arrive at the house Britt-Marie learns she will be renting from the blind woman she met at the pizzeria. Britt-Marie notices the careless state of the house as well as the...

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