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Exposition: In the beginning of "The Necklace" it shows us how Madame Loisel was not very rich and how she always wished to have a higher social status than what she did.
I'm sure Madame Forestier could lend you something.
The rising action of the story is when Mr. Loisel gave Mrs. Loisel an invitation to a fancy dinner party. Mrs. Loisel did not want to go because she had no clothes or jewels to wear. Her husband suggested she borrow something from a friend.
I have nothing to wear! I just won't go.
Madame Forestier is a flat character because she does not tend to have a big enough part to develop into something besides giving Mrs. Loisel the necklace.
The setting here is at the party when Mrs. Loisel as the most beautiful woman there and felt like she was royalty and completely forgot about being poor.
The climax is when Mr & Mrs. Loisel get home and she realizes the necklace isn't on her neck. They then look everywhere for and and still can't find it. They decide to buy Mrs. Forestier a new necklace. They work for 10 years to get it paid off.
The necklace is gone!!!!
Mine was false. It was worth 500 francs at the most!
The irony of the story comes towards the end when Mrs. Loisel sees Mrs. Foresrier and tells her that she lost the real necklace that she spent years replacing. Come to find out it was fake.
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