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Themes of "The Necklace", by Guy de Maupassant
After the fancy party, Mathilde is regretting even borrowing the necklace, especially since she lost it and it is nowhere to be found. She also has a lot of regrets even after going to the party.
Mathilde gets very jealous of her rich friends when she is at her house. Her house is very empty and gross, especially the curtains. She wishes she could have more money to spend on nicer things.
Mathilde gets very materialistic when she wants to go to the party, and she wants a fancy dress and jewels to wear. It seems as if the only thing she wants in life are fancy items and nice houses.
The irony in this story is that Mathilde bought a very expensive diamond necklace with all the money they had to replace Madame Forestiers necklace which she lost. It turns out that the original necklace was a mimic of the very expensive necklace, and Mathilde had wasted thir lifes savings on the expensive neclace!
By Shoshi Fogelman, 8b
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