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In my story the main character Mathilde Loisel makes a single misconception that affects her life for 10 years. All because of her dignity and pride. The single aberration that affected her life was, when she disoriented the diamond necklace that her wealthy friend Madame Forestier gave to the elegant party. The first reason is just as her husband, Monsieur Loisel returns home proudly bearing an invitation to a formal elegant party that been hosted by the Ministry of education.When Mathilde Loisel advocate that she does not have an dress for the occasion her husband volunteers to pay for a new one, despite the fact that it will cost him his next summer vacation money. We could hastily learn about Mathilde’s selfish personality and her yearning for luxuries and items that are unattainable for her at the time. Monsieur Loisel still tries to keep her joyful.The second reason is fragmenting the party approached. Mathilde starts to behave oddly. She confesses that the reason for her dreadful conduct is her lack of ornament. Monsieur Loisel gave her idea, to acquire the ornament from her best friend. Madame Forestier agree to lend Mathilde her ornament and she selects a rhinestone necklace. At the elegant party, Mathilde is the most gorgeous woman in attendance and everyone notices her. Mathilde is having so much fun with other rich men. His husband, Monsieur Loisel is waiting for her in a lounge. Just as they finally return home, Mathilde is saddened that the night has ended. As she removes her wrap, she discovers that he necklace is no longer around her neck. In a consternation Monsieur Loisel goes outside looking for that diamond still he did not find that necklace. He instructs her to write to Madame Forestier and say that, I have broken the clasp of the necklace and is getting mended. They continue to look for the necklace. After a week later, Monsieur Loisel says they have to see about replacing it. They visit many jewelers, searching for a akin necklace, and at last they finally find one. It cost 40,000 francs. although the jeweler says he will give it to them for 36,000. The third reason is albeit her husband spend a week scraping up money from all kinds of sources, he acquire money from his friends and more. Which he wouldn’t manage to pay, he finally acquired the necklace. Now they live in a life of crippling poverty and they even moved into an even smaller apartment. Monsieur Loisel works three jobs, and Mathilde spends all her time doing the hefty housework. This despair lasts ten years, though at the end they have repaid their financial debts. One day while Mathilde out for a walk, she spots Madame Forestier. Madame Forestier does not perceive her, and just as Mathilde identifies herself. Madame Forestier cannot believe Mathilde Loisel looks so old. Mathilde Loisel explains to her the long story of disoriented the necklace, replacing it, and working for ten years to repay the debts. Madame Forestier tells Mathilde the original necklace was just ensemble jewelry and not worth anything. The conclusion is Mathilde Loisel is rapacious and selfishness and all she wants is to be wealthy and have a ornate life like her friend Madame Forestier. Because she disoriented her friend fake, diamond Mathilde Loisel and her husband had to pay for it for 10 years living in poverty. But one day when Mathilde Loisel see’s her friend and explained her about the thing. Madame Forestier tells Mathilde the original necklace was just costume jewelry and not worth anything. Now we know why the main character did one single misconception that caused her to conflict for 10 years.
Last edited by Tdol; 26-Mar-2014 at 06:59.