A young married woman, who was very lonely because her husband spent most of his time working, decided to take a lover. Her husband was on a business trip so she agreed to spend a night in her lover's house on the opposite bank of the river to where she lived. To get back to her house before her husband returned, she left at dawn the next morning and in order to reach home, she had to cross a bridge. Unfortunately there was a maniac on the bridge who threatened here, and refused to let her cross. She ran to a stranger to ask for help, but he refused to help her unless she gave him some money. She did not have any, and explained this to him, but the strainger refused to do anything unless he was paid in advance. The woman decided to go to her lover for money, but he refused and asked her to stay with him. She did not want to , so she went to see a childhood friend who lived near her lover. Her friend was a bachelor and had always declared his love for her, but she had never accepted him. She decided to tell him the whole story, and asked him for help. He refused to help her because he was diasppointed in the way she had behaved. The woman went back to the bridge, and when the stranger still refused to help her, she decided to try to cross on her own. The maniac killed her.
Which of these people has most responsibility for her death: the woman, her husband, her lover, the stranger, her childhood friend, or the maniac?