Take the card and give it to someone at the office whose wife can dress better than I can!!!
What would I wear to that party.
It was nice of you to invite us here.
What might your name be?
Yes. Thank you sir.
YOU LOST MME. FORESTIER'S NECKLACE!
I...I...I LOST THE NECKLACE!
Exposition and Setting: This scene shows the exposition because it shows us how mean and ruthless Mrs. Loisel is to Mr. Loisel saying that she would not attend the party and that her husband should give the card to someone else at the office who wife can dress better than she can and this scene also shows setting because it introduces us to who these people are and where they live and what social class they are from without them needing to say that they are poor.
I couldn't find it on our cab!
Rising Action and Static character: After Mrs. Loisel got the diamond necklace she went to the party with Mr. Loisel and even though Mrs. Loisel got what she wanted she still wants to be rich still making her a static character who stays firm to their beliefs.
Here is your necklace back. Sorry it took so long.
It's okay honey, I am just glad it is back.
Climax: This is the most eventful part of the story, this is when Mrs. Loisel lost the diamond necklace that she borrowed from Mrs. Forestier.
TH...TH...THE NECKLACE I GAVE...Y...Y...YOU IS A F...F...FAKE!
Oh, honey my original necklace was only 400 francs...not 36,000 francs.
Foreshadowing: This scene shows foreshadowing because it gives the reader clues, like they can't find the diamond necklace, which tells the reader that they have to buy a replacement necklace that looks exactly like the original necklace that Mrs. Loisel borrowed from Mrs. Forestier.
It is not under here either!
Theme: This scene shows the theme (or the message) of the story and that is that you don't want to just replace something you lost and find a replacement and lie about not losing the necklace and just come out and say that you lost it and that you are sorry... no matter what the punishment.
Irony and Dynamic character: This scene shows irony in the story because when Mrs. Forestier said that the original necklace that Mrs. Loisel had borrowed was for 400 francs when before the party they had 400 francs and spent all of the ten years making up for the 36,000 francs they borrowed to by the necklace was completely unnecessary and a dynamic character as Mrs. Loisel finally realizes that she has done wrong and that if she never bought that dress she could have replaced the necklace she lost.