Britt-Marie Was Here - Chapters 18-20 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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In Chapter 18, Britt-Marie thinks about how Kent used to always refer to people in jail as well as anyone who did anything he did not like gangsters. As she continues to think about his prejudices, she realizes that she never really figured out what exactly it was that he wanted. He just always seemed to want more and more. She had never questioned him and never complained when he did things she did not like. Because she never complained and because she left him without telling him why, she feels like the breakup was somehow her fault.

In the prison waiting area Ben tells Britt-Marie she cannot tell his mother, who is working at the hospital, where they are. Britt-Marie takes the opportunity to ask why the other children call him Pirate. Ben explains it is because his father “hid the treasure” (152). As...

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