The reader learns how these qualities in Mme. He cloaks her bare shoulders in a wrap and cautions her to wait inside, away from the cold night air, while he fetches a cab. In the story, we see a change in her attitude about life. While her husband expresses his pleasure at the small, modest supper she has prepared for him, she dreams of an elaborate feast served on fancy china and eaten in the company of wealthy friends. In the Diamond Necklace, Guy de Maupassant describe the life of Mathilde who born poor and was not happy with her situation. She makes the choices she does because her pride will not allow her to do otherwise. Loisel is a beautiful woman with a decent life, and a husband that loves her, and only wants to make her happy.
The story has become one of Maupassant's popular works and is well known for its ending. She married a little clerk of the Ministry of Public Instruction instead of rich and distinguished man, cause of family names and birth rights she had no choice they did not go on beauty, grace, or charm. Others feel the opposite way and that expenses are the way to live. She finally filled the urge to be a beautiful, classy woman. However, even with the new dress in hand she is still dissatisfied with the lack of jewels to match her outfit, and after a prompting from her husband, Mathilde asks her friend Madame Forestier to lend her a diamond necklace. Madame Mathilde was one of those beautiful and delightful young ladies with not very many high expectations, achievements, and no way to be accepted into the elaborate society and lifestyle in which she finds herself daydreaming about day and night.
The Necklace is a story that portrays the protagonist, Mathilde as a ungrateful and vain women which causes her to fall to poverty and to self impose her own misery. Loisel now has to work, along with her husband working late hours. She and her husband attend the gala and have a fabulous time. The author Guy de Maupassant was famous for mystery story writing. In an attempt to try to bring happiness to his wife, he manages to get two invitations to a very classy ball, but even in light of this Loisel is still unhappy. These can lead to people being judged, or indirectly characterized by other people.
Loisel look through her dress, shawl, pockets, and retraced all their steps from the party. You've been acting strange these last three days. He instructs her to write to Madame Forestier and say that she has broken the clasp of the necklace and is getting it mended. One small conflict in the story is Madame Loisel vs. After the ten years, the money is all paid back, but Mathilde has aged a great deal. She also does work on the side while her husband works multiple jobs to pay back all the money they borrowed.
She is unable to be satisfied with the life she has and is constantly coveting for luxurious items. Likewise, Mathidle is an object-oriented idealist who momentarily escapes reality only to experience a tragic loss and eventually finds happiness through her journey. Because of the necklace, he is forced to work twice as hard and for no reward. She longs for all the delicacies of life, but soon her longing sends her into a downward spiral. They walk for a while before hailing a cab.
If Mathilde had been honest with her friend from the start, she would have learned that the necklace wasn't made of real diamonds and would not have wasted ten years paying for a replacement. He showed women 's sensuality than corruption. At this point Loisel feels safe. Her husband spent eighteen thousand francs that his father had left him and the rest he borrowed in order to buy the necklace. An ironic and a self-explanatory tale, The Necklace is written filled with twists that might just make you doubt your stand in life. He thinks his wife will be excited to attend such a fancy party, but instead she is upset. On the other hand, Mr.
In fact, most people who rely on materialistic items for happiness are typically desolated and miserable. Literature written in French language, by citizens of other nations such as Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Senegal, Algeria, Morocco, etc. Dealing with her fate, some of Mathilde's strong character traits soon become apparent. This is why I found it fascinating to write about. When the couple realizes they cannot afford jewelry as well, they search out to borrow her friend, Mme.
It will give us time to look some more. What would have happened if Mathilde had not lost the necklace??. It causes her to be unhappy in life. And it refuses to let her see her own foolishness. This quote illustrated the enjoyment the women got out of seeing a diamond necklace and hailing it as if it was worth one million dollars. Society inflicts detrimental ideals upon women, resulting in mental and physical trauma.