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Halima looked concerned. "I don't like that," she said. "You should not be living alone."
Olive made a noise of disgust, waving her hand to indicate that this was a stupid thing to say. But Halima sat forward, pointing a finger at Olive. "In my culture," she said, "you would never be alone."
Olive didn't care for that. "Well, in my culture," Olive said, pointing her own finger toward the woman, "sons get married, go away, and never come back."
Elizabeth Strout – Olive, Again (2019)
Penguin Random House UK (2019)