Madame Loisel feels that she was born into the wrong family and that fate wronged her. She constantly finds herself dreaming of riches and fame. Her husband walks
Madame Loisel borrows a diamond necklace from Madame Forestier. She barrows it for a lavish party she is going to.
Madame Loisel goes to the party where she dances for hours while her husband is sleeping. She only goes to the party because of the necklace and her new dress.
What I gave you back was another one just like it. And it took us ten years to pay for it.
Madame Loisel losses the necklace. Her husband went searching for it but couldn't find it, so he tells Madame Loisel to lie about it.
You must write to your friend and tell her that you broke the clasp of the necklace and that you are getting it mended.
Madame Loisel works for ten years to pay for a new necklace to replace the one she lost. She grew old and strong in these ten years. At this same time her husband is working multiple jobs for the same reason.
Madame Loisel tells Madame Forestier that she lost her necklace and lied about it. Then it is revealed that the lost necklace was a fake and was inexpensive
Oh, my poor Mathilde! Mine was false. It was worth five hundred francs at most!