Britt-Marie Was Here - Chapters 21-23 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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In Chapter 21, Bank comes home drunk and breaks all of the photographs of herself playing soccer. Britt-Marie sits on her balcony until the noise stops. Britt-Marie hears footsteps on the stairs. It is the dog coming to join Britt-Marie on the balcony. In the morning Britt-Marie sweeps up all the glass and collects the pictures. Before she leaves for work she puts the beer beside Bank, who is slumped against the wall, and tells her that it is a gift. Among her comments Britt-Marie tells Bank she assumes that her father was not a supporter of Liverpool. Britt-Marie is walking away when Bank replies that her father supported Tottenham.

At the pizzeria Somebody also smells like alcohol. She hands Britt-Marie a letter about the soccer team. Britt-Marie glances at it but does not pay much attention. She serves coffee to the men and...

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