Out Stealing Horses - Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

Anne Born and Per Petterson
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In these chapters the reader is introduced to the main character, Trond Sanders, who is a 67-year-old man living in a remote cabin on the Swedish border in Norway. The year is 2004. He shares with the reader that he lives in a fairly remote place, but that within sight there is another cabin, with another old man (a little older) living there with a dog, just like Trond. He shares that since moving out to the wilderness his perspective on world events has shifted. He still listens to the BBC, but it is just more an entertainment more than his wanting real information any more. His dog, Lyra, is his only companion, and he likes it that way.

Trond spends his days fixing things, occupying his time with staying busy around the area. He has lived most of his life in Oslo, a...

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