The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Summary

The narration returns to the story of Ingmar in Sweden. After his humiliation at the hands of the king, Ingmar leaves Nice by hitchhiking, because he is out of money. During his travels he meets a Salvationist, who offers Ingmar a meal and a place to sleep. He tells Ingmar he is motivated by the story of the Good Samaritan in the Bible. When Ingmar awakens, he steals the man's bicycle and rides as far as he can before getting a flat tire. Then he sells the bike and uses the money to buy a train ticket home.

When he arrives at home he tells his wife, Henrietta, that he is finished chasing the king and that it's time to make a baby. Ingmar says it is now his life's work to depose not only the current king, Gustav V, but also to eradicate...

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