References in classic literature ?
I am to blame, and punish me, make me expiate my fault.
It must sound strange to you; but yet I cannot think I am to blame,' he said.
Richard Wardour has discovered the truth; and Frank has paid the penalty with his life--and I, I alone, am to blame.
Hush, Sancho," said Don Quixote in a weak and faint voice, "hush and utter no blasphemies against that enchanted lady; for I alone am to blame for her misfortune and hard fate; her calamity has come of the hatred the wicked bear me.
But it is I, above all, who am to blame for everything.
I am to blame for forgetting your appointment and for not keeping my nerves under proper control.
I am to blame in this, Gania--no one else," said Ptitsin.
Speaking after the 5-1 humiliation, the Portuguese coach said: "We played well but I am to blame.
He said: "They insist I am to blame for the splitting leather.
Does Mr Rockliff believe I am to blame for population trends in NSW, South Australia and Northern Territory?
Quinn added: "If I am to blame for any of it, all I can do is apologise for it.
In a statement, Lambton wrote: "There has been no high-life vice ring, no security leak, no blackmail and, as far as I know, no politicians of any party is remotely connected with these events I alone am to blame.
The fact is that we are owned by Merseytravel, I am to blame for that, I negotiated the deal with Neil Scales [former chief executive].
It's a bit rich of Andrew Davies AM to blame civil servants for the failure of the Techniums in Wales.
I am responsible, I am to blame for the organisation.