The Neckles

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  • Conflict: Mathilde Loisel was unhappy with her sutuation. She has to find a way to replace the necklace after she lost it on the after the party.
  • The Neckles by Guy de Maupassant (Josue and Alexa)
  • Exposition: Madame and Monsieur Loisel are middle class French peopl, but Madame Loisel wants more, she feels like she deserves more. Her Husband was a Clerk.
  • "She suffered endlessly, feeling herself born for every delicacy and luxury."
  • Rising Action: Mathilde Louisel recieves an invitation to a party by The inister of Education and Madame Ramponneau from his husband (Inciting Incident). She was sad because she didn't had a dress nor jewlry. She got a dress and Asked for jewls to her dear friend Madam Frostier, she borrows a diamond neckles.
  • "Here's something for you!"
  • "And what do you suppose I am to wear at such an affair?"
  • Climax: Mathilde Loisel discovers that she has lost the necklace.
  • "I . . . I . . . I've no longer got Madame Forestier's necklace. . . ."
  • "What! . . . Impossible!"
  • Falling Action: The Loisels purchase a replacement necklace for 36,000 francs, borrowing half of the money and then returns the neckled to Mandam Forestier, who doesn’t notice the difference.The Loisels become poor because of their debt which is paid off after ten years.
  • "We need to borrow money for a neckles"
  • Resolution: One day, while walking around Champs-Elysees, and saw Madam Forestier. Madam Loisel explains the story about the neckles; how she was in debt becasue she was paing off the replacement and the debt finally ended. Madam Fortier took her hands and explained that it was a replica, it only cost five hundred francs.
  • "I brought you another one just like it. And for the last ten years we have been paying for it."
  • "Oh, my poor Mathilde! But mine was imitation. It was worth at the very most five hundred francs! . . . "
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