Out Stealing Horses - Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

Anne Born and Per Petterson
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These chapters open up with Lars making an impromptu visit to Trond's cabin around dinnertime one evening. Trond remarks that the time of night, right before dark, is what he calls the 'blue time', that it paints everything in a washed out blue color. Trond is surprised, and a little put out, but he invites Lars in and offers him dinner. After they've eaten, Lars clears his throat and tells Trond that he remembers who he is. Trond acknowledges that he, too, has figured out who Lars is. The two men leave it at that, finish their meal, and part.

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Trond's father was gone, that much was clear. He searched the cabin, but his father had clearly not spent the night in the cabin. Trond was frightened as he'd never been alone before, even when one or the other of his parents...

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