My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry - Chapters 8-11 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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Chapter 8 is titled “Rubber.” Elsa is being chased again, and she isn't certain why, except that one of the girls chasing her has made fun of Elsa's Gryffindor scarf. Elsa knows she can't get away and she hopes her father will be on time to pick her up. He isn't in the parking lot. Elsa takes advice from one of Granny's stories in which Wolfheart ran into a forest. His pursuers were so afraid that they didn't follow him. In this case, Elsa runs across a highway and into a park known to be a hangout for drug users.

Elsa arrives in the park and the kids chasing her pause. Then The Monster appears. He yells out that they are to leave Elsa alone and the kids run away. When Elsa turns back toward The Monster, she finds herself alone.

Chapter 9, “Soap,” opens...

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