The setting is Mrs. and Mr. Loisels home. This scene is the exposition, Mrs.Loisel was born into a poor family but dreams about the rich life and being wealthy.
What good is that to me? i don't even have anything to wear!
Honey! I've got an invitation for you! The Minister of Education invited us to their party!
i'll give you four hundred francs..but try to get a nice dress.
This setting is when Mrs. Loisel asks her dear friend she hasn't seen in a while, Ms. Forestier, for a piece of jewelry she could borrow and wear for the party. Ms. Forestier is a flat character.
I need a party gem.. do you think i could borrow your diamond?
why of course!
This setting is Mr. and Mrs. Loisel at the party, Mrs. Loisel was the center of attention, she was the prettiest one there among all the other rich people.
Woah who is that girl? She is so pretty.
This setting is when Mr. and Mrs. Loisel got back from the party and they noticed Ms. Forestier's necklace was missing, they retraced their steps and looked everywhere but never found it. This scene is the climax.
Uh oh! the necklace is gone!
This is the setting where Mrs. Loisel gave Ms. forestier a replacement diamond since after a couple days of searching there was still no sight of the original. Mr. and Mrs. Loisel had to get 36,000 francs out of their investments to get a replacement diamond.
You could have brought the diamond back sooner! I might have needed it!
This is the setting where after ten years of hardwork Mrs. and Mr. Loisel finally payed off the loan and she told Ms. Forestier about the whole thing.. only to find out the original necklace was a paste. This scene is the resolution.
oh my! Loisel the necklace was fake! i got it for only 500 francs.