The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Setting & Symbolism

Stieg Larsson
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Hedeby Island

Hedeby Island is adjacent to the Swedish town of Hedestad. It is owned entirely by the Vanger family and is the site of a number of homes occupied by various family members, and it is the location for much of the novel's action both past and present.

Stockholm

Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the home of main characters Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander.

Hedestad

Hedestad is a small village in Sweden located next to Hedeby Island, where the Vanger family lives.

Desert Snow

Desert Snow is a flower native to Australia. In the book's prologue, Henrik Vanger receives a pressed version of the flower, the most recent in a series of similar flowers he receives each year on his birthday, which he believes are coming from his niece's murderer.

Susanna's Bridge Cafe

Susanna's Bridge Cafe is a restaurant in Hedestad where Blomkvist spends time...

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