My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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Chapter 19, “Sponge Cake Mix,” opens with the fact that there are “an infinite number” of possibilities to defeat dragons. But Elsa worries that this “dragon” looks like a person and that no one can beat it. That evening, Elsa takes cookies to the wurse and gives it sponge cake mix to finish the meal. Elsa believes Wolfheart is gone. Alf keeps her company while they take the wurse to do his business. They talk more about the possibility of becoming leaseholders. Alf says most of the tenants do not have the money to pay their share of the cost and that they will have to take out loans. Therefore, most will be forced to sell because they cannot afford the loans. Alf makes it clear he likes living here and does not want to move.

She and Alf talk some more. At one...

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