What is the irony in 'The Necklace' by Guy de Maupassant?

What is the irony in 'The Necklace' by Guy de Maupassant?

the irony is Mathilde desperately wants to be of a higher class so she sacrifices one night of excitement and being noticed by the rich that she ends up spending her whole lif

Who was the protagonist in 'The Necklace' by Guy de Maupassant?

Who was the protagonist in 'The Necklace' by Guy de Maupassant?

Madame Loisele is the protagonist, because she is the main character and the one with the conflict to overcome in the story. She wanted to impress everyone but instead she fou

How did Guy de Maupassant die?

He died from an incurable disease that caused occasional hallucination and made him insane as the infection spread to his brain. He died in an asylum in Paris.

What is the summary of the necklace by guy de maupassant?

A pretty woman of low social status feels unsatisfied with her husband and her life. She gets the opportunity to attend a ball of sorts, and feels that she must look "high cla

The beggar by guy de maupassant?

The BeggarHe had seen better days, despite his present misery and infirmities.At the age of fifteen both his legs had been crushed by a carriage on the Varville highway. From

Why did the Guy de Maupassant write the Necklace?

He was actually commissioned by the French Aristocracy to write it to make sure that the poor never tried to rise above what they were. It was a warning that if they tried to