Why, darling, I thought you'd be pleased. You never go out, and this is a great occasion. I had tremendous trouble to get it. Everyone wants one; it's very select, and very few go to the clerks. You'll see all the really big people there
What do you want me to do with this?
Haven't you anything else?
"Yes. Look for yourself. I don't know what you would like best."
What's the matter with you?
"I . . I . . I've no longer got Madame Forestier's necklace. ."
I think that this conversation is important because it shows us that she does not want to go to the ball just because she does not have any fancy clothes or jewelry.
You remember the diamond necklace you lent me for the ball at the Ministry?
I think that this conversation is important because it shows us how greedy Madame Loisel is and how she only wants luxurious es and expensives thing instead of being gratefully for what she already has.
i think that this conversation is important because it show us that she is a little bit irresponsible and that she does not pay attention to when something is left behind or dropped on the floor.
i think that this conversation is important because after 10 years of working hard and paying off debts Madame Loisel finds out that all that hard work was for nothing