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  • Mme. Loisel was a very fair madien. But, she suffered everyday with her poorness. She worked everyday around the house, and dreamed of the things that she wanted. She had no clothes and had no jewels, and these were the only things that she loved. She lived without the luxuries that she wanted, without a social status.  (Exposition)
  • But, Mme Loisel was greedy. She even regectted the letter to the ball that her husband had gotten for her. She began to cry and claim that she had nothing to wear. Her husband reluctantly gave her 400 francs, which he was saving up for a gun.  (rising action)
  • After getting the dress, and awaiting the ball Mme Loisel begins to pout and sat that she has no jewels. Her husband told her to barrow one from her good friend, Mme Forestier. She was wealthy and had many jewels. She choose a diamond necklace from her friend and wore it to the ball, where she danced the night away. 
  • After the ball, Mme Loisel attempts to leave in a hurry. She was embarrassed to be seen with her husband. They arrive home and she realizes that she has lost the necklace. They begin to panic and search every where for the necklace, only to come up with nothing. (climax)
  • They realize that the original necklace is long gone and they search for a replica. They find one, but it cost 2600 francs. The couple spend ten years saving up and borrowing money from people to buy the necklace, putting themselves in a large dept. (falling action)
  • They get enough money to buy the necklace and Mme. Loisel returns it to Mme. Forestier. Everything is perfect, except they are in dept. They come across each other on the street and Mme.  Forestier tells her the necklace was only a copy. Mme.  Loisel is upset, for they are in a big dept and spent 10 years getting money. But, she apriciates what she has more now. 
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