The Girl Who Played with Fire - Part 4 - Chapters 21-26 Summary & Analysis

Stieg Larsson
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Part 4 - Chapters 21-26 Summary

Chapter 21: Maundy Thursday, March 24 - Monday, April 4

Lisbeth hides out in her new apartment for a week after the news breaks about Svensson and Mia's murders. Lisbeth is all over the news. Information about her past and her personal life is all the media seems to talk about.

"Despite her years of striving for anonymity, she had been transformed overnight into one of the most notorious and talked-about individuals in Sweden." Part 4, chap. 21, p. 313

Lisbeth pays close attention to the interview with Teleborian. Lisbeth notes that none of the reports mention that the unruly kids at the clinic are strapped to their beds and are introduced to sensory deprivation.

There is a flashback to Lisbeth's tenure at St. Stefan's and the horrible things she must endure. Lisbeth decides on her thirteenth birthday that she will no longer...

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