Blaming by Elizabeth Taylor

"Blaming" is a poignant story about a woman named Amy who, after the sudden death of her husband during a holiday, finds herself befriended by an American woman named Martha. Despite their differences, Martha provides Amy with comfort and support, but Amy finds it difficult to accept this kindness due to her reserved and private nature. The novel explores themes of grief, friendship, and the complexities of human relationships, as well as the guilt and blame individuals often place on themselves in times of hardship.

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