Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout has presented us a new book. Her chart topping novels, inclusive of ‘Olive Kitteridge and The Burgess Boys’, have lit up our utmost delicate relations. Presently, in ‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’, Elizabeth Strout the amazing author explains how a single hospital visitation develops into a doorway to the utmost affectionate relationship of all—the relationship a mother and daughter have.
Lucy Barton is recuperating gradually from a simple surgery. Her mother,reaches to meet her, she hasn’t uttered a single word for years with her mother.Her mother started conversation with mild chitchat about friends and neighbours from Lucy’s babyhood in Amgash, Illinois.Lucy pretends to revive them, but beneath the face her discomfort and carving which have briefed all phases of Lucy’s life.Why and in which circumstances she left her bothered family, her passion to grow as an author/writer, her wedding, her love and affection for her two daughters.She was wandering how her mother managed to fly and took the taxi ,just to see her.It was her’s mother’s love for her only which gave her strength.She is also very thankful to her husband who informed and do arrangements for her mother.