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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest Quotes

Stieg Larsson
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"Historians have often struggled to deal with women who do not respect gender distinctions, and nowhere is that distinction more sharply drawn than in the question of armed combat." (Part 1, Front Matter)

"I will dispute that. I called him an imbecile and an incompetent fool. Under the circumstances neither of these epithets could be considered wide of the mark." (Blomkvist to Erlander, Chap. 1, p. 14)

"'I would urge you to wait and see. Blomkvist has put the pieces of this puzzle together all by himself; he's way ahead of us on the police force. It will be to our advantage to stay on good terms with him and ensure his cooperation, rather than unleash him to condemn the entire police force in his magazine and elsewhere in the media.'" (Modig, Chap. 2, p. 27)

"I'm beginning to understand why she felt an uncontrollable urge to slam an axe into your head...

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