My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry - Chapters 4-7 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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Chapter 4 is titled "Beer." Elsa and Granny are playing Monopoly in Granny's hospital room. Both are avoiding talking about Granny's health. Elsa knows that Granny hates talking about death, especially when it's her own.

People often say that Granny has “crossed the line” with her most recent actions. Elsa thinks Granny likes Miamas because the kingdom doesn't end, so there isn't a “line” to cross. Miamas is built of imagination and the “moody” border wall sometimes simply moves. Granny explains to Elsa that she's the one who came up with the idea to have dragons guarding the treasure in all the good fairy tales. Before that, the dragons were unemployed.

Elsa confirms that she gave the chocolates to Our Friend. Granny then gives her an envelope containing a letter and a key, and Elsa knows she's going on a treasure hunt. Granny loves...

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