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On Monday morning, Blomkvist goes to Henrik's and runs into Martin coming out of the house.
Martin welcomes Blomkvist and tells him to stop in for dinner some time soon.
Salander hesitates before going into the office of Advokat Nils Erik Bjurman, her new guardian.
When Salander is thirteen, she's committed to a psychiatric hospital for children.
Holger Palmgren is appointed her guardian. She's released from the hospital at fifteen.
She gets in some trouble, and is arrested for assault at seventeen after defending herself against a man who tries to attack her. The court is ready to re-institutionalize her, believing her to be violent.
But Palmgren comes to the rescue, convincing the court to let her stay free. Palmgren and Salander have a warm, trusting relationship for over a decade.
Last year, Palmgren has a brain hemorrhage and Salander last sees him in the critical ward.
Now she has a new guardian whom she doesn't like. He's stopped her access to her bank account, and is just giving her an allowance. She makes about 160,000 kroner a year.
Blomkvist has interviewed Henrik for five hours, and is transcribing his notes.
He makes a list of forty suspects, some of them already dead, and finally goes to sleep at 3:30am.
The next day, he's back at the Vanger family history.
Harriet's father, Gottfried Vanger, drowned the year before Harriet disappeared.
Three of Henrik's four brothers became Nazis.
During World War II, Henrik helps smuggle a Jewish woman, Edith, out of Nazi Germany, and then falls in love with her and marries her. She dies early, in 1958.
Harald hates Henrik because Henrik married a Jewish woman.