Britt-Marie Was Here - Chapters 24-26 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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In Chapter 24, Britt-Marie talks to the rat, telling it she feels as if it is judging her. She argues with it, defending her reasons for wanting to go back to Kent. She watches as Kent plays soccer with the children outside. She sees his bad side so clearly. She argues with the rat that she did not have to stay at home, she could have gotten a job but she also remembers how Kent would make fun of her if she suggested getting a job. Then, if she actually went to a job interview she would feel bad if one of the other applicants was a single mother, someone who actually needed a job.

Britt-Marie reminds herself of Kent’s good qualities in her mind. She tells herself that he could change. Additionally, Britt-Marie knows herself well enough to know she is not...

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