The Necklace Storyboard

The Necklace Storyboard

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  • The Necklace
  • She grieved incessantly, feeling that she had been born for all the little niceties and luxuries of living. 
  • I dont want it... give it to someone at the office that can dress better than me.
  • Look what came in the mail today! An invite to fancy party!!
  • I don't have any jewelry to wear with this dress...
  • What is wrong now?
  • Mme. Loisel is upset because her life is not the way she would like it to be.  EXPOSITION, it is the beginning of the story, it is explaining the main character.
  • That same day Mme. Loisel visits her friend and finds a necklace she borrows from Mme. Forestier
  • Mr. Loisel comes home one night with an invite to a special party. Mme. Loisel rejects it.  FORESHADOWING, this explains that Mme. Loisel is an ungrateful person.
  • The next day, Mme. Loisel and her husband go to the party. She is the prettiest one there. She parties hard, but by the end of the night she is missing something that is very important to her. Her husband looks hard for it but cant find it, so her and her husband work very hard to come up with the money to buy a new necklace.
  • Her husband takes her shopping for a dress, but she is still not satisfied. STATIC, Mme. Loisel stays the same, she is still not happy after her husband buys her a dress with the money he was saving up to buy a gun for his hunting trip
  • 10 years later... Mme Loisel goes to Mme Forestier...
  • Oh, it was just plaster, it wasn't real...
  • Mme. Loisel visits her friend, Mme. Forestier to ask if she can borrow some jewelry. RISING ACTION, this is leading up to the climax.
  • CLIMAX, main part of the story, Mme Loisel loses a necklace that means a lot to her, she thinks it is worth a lot but ....
  • =
  • Mme. Loisel returns the new necklace to Mme. Forestier, comes to find out that the old necklace was fake. IRONY, the necklace isn't worth as much as it looks to be.
  • Here's your necklace, sorry i am late bringing it back, i had to work these past years to pay for a new one because i lost yours. I apologize.
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