The necklace
Updated: 10/8/2018
The necklace
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  • Expostion
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • The loisels lived in France around the 1800's and we're a middle class couple.
  • Climax
  • Madame Loisel desperately wants a better social life, but luck will come upon her as her husband comes with an invitation to a party
  • Falling action
  • Madame Loisel now is in desperate need to buy a dress with the help of Monsieur loisel hide away money to buy a new rifle, but she still felt like she needed something like a jewel or perhaps a necklaces. Madame Loisel then goes to her dear friend to ask if she can borrow a neck lace.
  • Resolution
  • Madame Loisel has now gone to the party, and as soon as she walked, everyone envied her in her beautiful dress and gorgeous neck lace. Her husband Monsieur Loisel is now getting tired but madame Loisel is still enjoying her time at the party. As they now are going back home, Madame Loisel is undressing and getting ready for bed, she has now relizing that the neck lace is gone.
  • The Loisels have now got to go searching for the neck lace. They will go and file a police report and put pictures up to let everyone know that the neck lace is missing. The loisels are now worried that won't be able to find the neck lace, so they decided to write to the friend that let her use it her the neck lace that they broke it and they will fix it.
  • As the loisel pay for the neck lace with the money that they borrowed from other people have got the new neck lace that had cost about 3400 francs. Now the loisels, ten years later are now in debt from all the loans and are working countless shifts with no luck of getting out soon. Madame loisel, now a maid went for stroll out in the city to find her dear friend, as madame loisel went up to her to tell her the whole story about how they had to repay everyone and wasted ten years of there lives away, but Madame loisels friend told that the neck lace was fake.
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