But Lucy knew it would be. It was for ever for the Morells and the Gouvernets. The Boyces had gone up to the North, Henry said, the house was under auction. She guessed what that meant from his voice, but he told her anyway. "I’m sorry," her papa said. "I’m sorry, Lucy."
It was her mother’s fault, but it was his fault too. They shared the blame for old Hannah’s miserable silence and Kitty Teresa’s eyes gone red and her apron soaking with the tears that streamed on her cheeks and her neck, causing Bridget twenty times a day to tell her to give over. Henry slouchedglumly about the yard.
Is "Share for" the same as "Share with" ?
And does the whole part in bold mean: they talk to old Hanna that was miserably silence and blamed themselvs?
Source: The Story Of Lucy Gault By William Trevor