My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry - Chapters 22-25 Summary & Analysis

Fredrik Backman
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In Chapter 22, “O'Boy,” Elsa knows that Granny hated fears so Elsa tried to never show any when Granny was alive. Back at their apartment building, Elsa and Ulrika get into Renault and talk. Ulrika pets the wurse and indicates Elsa is right to be afraid of the man with the cigarette. She says “we” know about him. The “we,” according to Ulrika, is Lennart, Maude, Alf, and Ulrika.

They talk about The Land-of-Almost-Awake. Ulrika said she was getting older by the time Granny wanted to show her more about the kingdoms, and that she was too angry to be interested. Granny called her “the girl who said no,” which is the basis for one of Granny's fairy tales. Ulrika says she believes Maud and Lennart should tell Elsa about the man with the cigarette. When Elsa arrives, Alf is there too. He's made...

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