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"I have forgotten that I lack of jewels, what should I do?"
"OH GOD NO! THAT'S A TERRIBLE IDEA!"
"I have forgotten that I lack jewels! What should I do?"
"Then ask that friend of yours if she can lend you something, I give up!"
"Why don't you wear freshly picked flowers? You would look amazing!"
"I can sell this to you at 36000 francs the most. That's my final offer."
"Oh sweetheart, that necklace was a fake."
"As the day of the party approaches, Mathilde starts to behave oddly. She confesses that the reason for her behavior is her lack of jewels. Mr. Loisel suggests that she wear flowers, but she refuses. He implores her to visit Madame Forestier and borrow something from her. Madame Forestier agrees to lend Loisel her jewels and Losiel selects a diamond necklace. She is overcome with gratitude at Madame Forestier's generosity."
"At the party, Loisel is the most beautiful woman in attendance and everyone notices her. She is intoxicated by the attention and has an overwhelming sense of self-satisfaction. At 4 a.m, she finally looks for Mr. Loisel, who has been dozing for 12 hours in a deserted room. He wraps her in his cloak, and begin the journey home." When they arrive, she notices the necklace is gone. Mr. Loisel rushes outside to retrace their steps, but no luck. She writes to her friend saying that the clasp has broken and they were getting it fixed for her. but they were actually buying a new one for 36000 francs.
"For ten years they have worked to pay off the necklace, and Loisel has changed very much, by her looks and personality. One day, while she was out for a walk, Loisel spots Madame Forstier. She walks right up to her with a nice greeting. Madame Forstier doesn't recognize her at first, but then realizes it's Loisel. Madame Forstier apologizes for not recognizing her at first, and then Loisel explains the whole story. Madama Forstier chckles and tells Loisel that her necklace was a fake, at the cost of at least 400 francs."
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