"No . . . there's nothing so humiliating as looking poor in the middle of a lot of rich women."
"Could you lend me this, just this alone?"
"Yes, of course."
"I . . . I . . . I've no longer got Madame Forestier's necklace. . . ."
"What's the matter with you?"
This conversation basically begins the story for us and is starting the rising action for us.
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This is an important part because she has chosen the necklace she wanted and it is the start of the necklace's story.
"I brought you another one just like it. And for the last ten years we have been paying for it. You realise it wasn'teasy for us; we had no money. . . . Well, it's paid for at last, and I'm glad indeed."
Oh, my poor Mathilde! But mine was imitation. It was worth at the very most five hundred francs!
This is when the problem is introduced into the story and it was really unexpected to happen.
This is when they start to collect the amount of money they need.
This is where the story ends and it is an important part because it is when she finds out she did all that hard work for nothing.