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"I wish I could go to the reception, but I have no dress to wear."
Rising action: Madame Loisel has no evening dress to wear to the reception
In this scene we learn that Mr. Loisel is a round character because he is helping with the problem and caring for his wife so you know what kind of person he is.
"I will give you 400 francs to buy yourself an evening dress and ask Madame Forestier to borrow some jewlery."
In this scene, I decided to put foreshadowing into the text by saying don't lose it to change up the story.
"Goodbye dear, Don't lose it!"
In this scene Madame Loisel is leaving the party, the setting is the literary term because in the story the party was the most descriptive part.
"That was one fun party"
This is the climax in the story, Madame Loisel lost the diamond necklace and has to replace it for 35,000 francs.
"What are we going to do? I lost the necklace."
"That necklace that loaned you was a fake, it was worth about 500 francs"
In this part of the story the plot term used "irony" fits perfect into this situation because Madame Loisel spent ten years paying for a replacement necklace.
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