The Necklace Plot Diagram By Claire Bachman and Haley Sparks
By haleysparks10, Updated
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Exposition: This is the exposition because it introduces the main characters and the problem, it also starts the plot off .
Rising Action: This is when you learn more about the problem, and are introduced to another main character and the climax of the story is almost here.
Conflict: The conflict is she doesn't know what jewelry she has until she finds the diamond necklace and madame Forestier lets her borrow it.
Climax: This is the climax when Mathilde loses the necklace after having a terrible time at the party, Loisel and her decide to talk to Forestier about it.
Falling Action: This is where the story is reaching the conclusion and the problem is being solved, Mathilde and Loisel decide to work of the necklaces worth for Madame Forestier.
Resolution: This is the conclusion of the story Madame Forestier tells Matilde after Matilde and her husband have been working for 10 years that the necklace was practically worthless and not worth nearly as much as her and her husband thought.
10 years later
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