The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Summary

Back in Sweden, Ingmar and his sons begin their lives without Henrietta. Holger One wishes to fight the monarchy in his mother's honor, while Holger Two is mainly interested in how they were going to earn money. Luckily, Henrietta's father dies, and Holger One (he didn't know there was a Holger Two) inherits his estate. This estate included a vehicle and a warehouse full of imported goods from the Soviet Union - caviar, linen, boots, Inuit sealskins, etc. The most interesting find was an eight-foot statue of Lenin, except the artistic rendering was more of a kinder, gentler Lenin, so the father-in-law was able to buy him for a good price. Holger Two is disappointed at their windfall; like his mother, he wishes for a normal life. The goods in the garage are enough to support them all for eight years.

Ingmar decides to...

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