The Necklace Part 2
By hheath, Updated
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That night Mme Loisel danced and danced, filled with the joy of being admired by so many jealous women and being sought after by gentlemen..
Mme Loisel's husband brought her home in a cab after a long night of fun, only to notice once home, that the borrowed necklace was missing...
What are we to do? I don't know what could have happened!
I will go search for it, if I can't find it, then we must get a replacement for Mme Forestier.
They never did find the original necklace, so they went on a hunt for a replacement, now they both have to work hard to pay back their loans...
This necklace looks the most similar to the real one, we'll take it for 36,000 frances.
Ten years pass, Mme Loisel has since moved into a garret under the eaves and works to clean, cook, and wash laundry now. Her and her husband have worked very hard to pay off their debt.
One day, Mme Loisel sees Mme Forestier and decides to tell her the truth about the necklace.
Hello Mme Forestier, it has been many years since last we saw each other. I have worked hard to pay off my debt to you when your necklace was lost, me and my husband replaced it with a new one, all those years ago.
Oh, my poor Mme Loisel, mine was only but a paste, it cost me but 500 frances!
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