The Necklace

May 11th, 2015
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s as though she has nothing elegant to wear. Her husband, Monsieur Loisel, uses his money he has saved up and buys her a four hundred francs dress. Mathilde is still not pleased so she borrows Madame Jeanne Forestier’s, an old friend, elegant necklace. Mathilde had the appeal and good l

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The NecklaceThe NecklaceGuy de Maupassants short story was a narrative with various meanings and intentions. It taught lessons and at the same time was enlightening. It had inclusive focuses. When reading The Necklace, a great deal of themes comes to mind: materialistic things should not define anyone, wealth only takes a person so far, and the truth sets one free.Mathilde is a middle-class wife who desperately wants to be wealthy. She is married to a Government clerk that gets an invitation to social affair at the Palace of Ministry of Education. She becomes discouraged because she feels as though she has nothing elegant to wear. Her husband, Monsieur Loisel, uses his money he has saved up and buys her a four hundred francs dress. Mathilde is still not pleased so she borrows Madame Jeanne Forestiers, an old friend, elegant necklace.Mathilde had the appea

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