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The Girl Who Played With Fire

The Girl Who Played With Fire


by Stieg Larsson

Sonja Modig

Character Analysis

Modig seems like a sensible detective. As the facts come out, she begins to doubt Salander's guilt. However, because she's a woman, Modig isn't always taken entirely seriously by her colleagues, especially the misogynistic Faste.

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