Lisbeth Salander ’s Unique Psychiatric Profile
There is a similar Lisbeth Salander in my life, so I know first-hand how complex this character is. Just when you think you’ve got a handle on their thought processes, they behave or think in opposition to your expectations. Sometimes these people look like pretty flowers, but when you try to pic ... Read more
Did I miss something about “All the Evil”? Granted, what happened to Lisbeth was bad (witnessing the verbal, physical, and emotional abuse of her mother by her father … attempts to kill her father … being strapped & isolated in a psychiatric hospital, not having authority figures listen to her), but other people in the books (for example, the women damaged by the sex trade and Helen V.) had worse things happen to them, and they don’t appear to end up as messed up as Lisbeth. I mean, Helen (do I have the right name?) was raped by her brother and recruited to murder by her father wh ... Read more
The car she semi-stole from her employer, Milton security, by using the codes of a employer at a vacation. I think the carpool would end up missing it… and then as they figure out where it is (Zalas home), sallys lil secret would be a bit more evident.
Dragan already suspects she snek ... Read more
Lizbeth is very brave girl. After I’ve read bookes and reviewd movies I almost started to have dezire to hit sadists with golf club like she did. She had no fear to fight the enemy. Author compare her in the book with Amazon warriors, women who fought centuries ago. She fights her father with n ... Read more
Hi! I would like to know every Lisbeth nicknames and their meanings. For example I can obviously remeber “wasp” (she’s “agile” like a wasp, wasp tattoo, wasp enterprises and wasp as hacker name). I know “sally” but I can’t remember its meaning. I read about “pippi” on this sit ... Read more
I adore Lizbeth Salander. After I’ve read her books and watched the movies it I have desire to smack sadists with a golf club..she was a fighter. The author compares her to women-warriors in Amazon centuries ago. Lizbeth transformed to current time and has no fear for her enemy who no doubt get ... Read more
I was upset to find in the movie of Dragon a scene where Mikael asks Lisbeth if she let Martin burn under the flaming car whether she could have saved him and she answered “yes”. This is not characteristic of Lisbeth whom both Armansky and Blomkvist describe as a “a very moral person”. This did not happen in the book and should not have happened in the movie. Even if she DID want to save him she could not have moved a quite heavy man from under a burning car.
Lisbeth is very moral, which is why she cares so much about violence towards women. When she says to Mikael in the ... Read more