This shows the story of The Necklace, and how it teaches us literary and plot terms.
I'm the sister saddest! I have a great life, and an amazing husband who cares about me but I'm too greedy to see that! Woe as me!
Here's an invitation to a ball that I worked so hard to get!
Here is a bunch of money I saved up for myself, and as for the jewel, just go ask your friend, I'm sure she'll lend one to you
But I don't have a dress! Or any jewels
Wow! This is so much fun! It'd be a shame if something were to happen to the necklace my good friend lent me.
Exposition: The story starts out by telling us that Madame Loisel hates her life and wishes more than anything that she could change it.
Mamma Mia! I guess we'll have to buy a fake one and give it to her
Hey I kinda um lost that necklace I borrowed so like i don't know what to do.
Monsieur Loisel can be described as flat character as he doesn't change much throughout the story. In the beginning, he cares about his wife and wants the best for her, and by the end (from what is told) he stills cares about her and does whatever it takes to help her.
Of course, sweetie! I trust this is the exact same one that I lent you and I'm not going to check or anything
Here is the necklace you lent me! Thank you so much!
The Climax: The climax is the turning point of the story, the ball is describes that well, it is what everything in the beginning led up to and it instegates the ending of the story
Hello Madame Forestier, I lost your necklace ten years ago and gave you a fake one, I have been paying for it my entire life
Oh! My poor Loisel, it was fake!
Setting: The story takes place in nineteenth century France
Foreshadowing: When Madame Loisel returned the necklace, Madame Forestier didn't check it, this can be described as foreshadowing because if it was a prized possession it should've been checked.
Irony: She spent ten years paying for a necklace that was worth 13% of what she got it for