The Necklace By Cameron Buford

The Necklace By Cameron Buford
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  • Hey! why dont you go ask the witch for jewlery!
  • Only if I was flooded with riches, then maybe I would be good to go to the party
  • Madame Loisel gets a new evening dress
  • After convincing her husband for 400 dollars
  • Oh witch! I am poor, and I could never afford riches, please grant me this necklace to wear for the party
  • Madame Loisel lived without beautiful luxuries, but her ugly house. She had no status, captured in the setting of France in the 1800s.
  • Madame Loisel is a greedy, and prideful, flat character. She demonstrates all these traits, and does not seem to have traits that a round character has.
  • Together, the Loisels work to pay off a replacement for the lost diamond necklace
  • In part of the rising action, Madame Loisel convinced Madame Forestier for a diamond necklace to wear from her.
  • That false one? Oh dear , when I meant you will pay I did not mean literally, but if your sorry ill forgive
  • I lost the beautiful necklace
  • At the climax of the story, Madame Loisel loses the diamond necklace.
  • Madame Loisel could be considered a dynamic character, for her change, She becomes hard working for what is needed.
  • In the end, the irony of the story is that the diamond necklace was a false; A situation of paying debts for a real replacement for the original fake necklace.
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