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  • Sitution- A beautiful woman named Madame Loisel is married to a minor clerk in the Ministry of education so she has no way to become any higher than middle class.
  • I want to be in upper class and I deserve to be in upper class not middle class.
  • I thought you would be pleased, I worked hard to get an invitation.
  • Complication- Madame Loisel's husband brought home a letter that asked them to do the honor of attending an evening reception at the Ministrial Mansion.
  • No I am not, I don't have an evening dress to wear. Everyone else will have pretty dresses to wear because they are all upper class.
  • Conflict- Madame didn't want to go to the reception because she was only in middle class where everyone else was in upper class.
  • I don't belong there.
  • She's beauiful
  • Development- Madame Loisel's husband gives her money for a beautiful evening dress and borrows a beautiful pearl necklace from her friend. When she get's to the ball she is he most elegant women there.
  • Wow
  • Look at her
  • Climax- They all leave the ball but when Madame get's home she realizes she lost her friends necklace.
  • I'll go retrace our steps and try to find it.
  • Oh no I lost the necklace.
  • That necklace that I returned was a replacement because I lost the original one and my husband and I have been paying for it for the last 10 years.
  • Outcome- Madame and her husband bought a new necklace to replace the lost one but they had to give up everything they had to pay for it. Ten years later Madame met her old friend again and confessed about losing the original necklace she had borrowed.
  • Oh my necklace was fake it was only worth 500 francs at the most.
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