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if you can afford 700 each month you can borrow 1000 x 100 = 100,000
The rising action in the story 'The Necklace' is when Madame Loisel learns about the ball, gets a gown, and finally asks to borrow the necklace from Madame Forestier.
The story "The Necklace" is about a young woman, Mathilde, who refuses to go to a party unless she is dressed with the finest clothes and jewelry. She decides to borrow a necklace from a friend which is lost. Mathilde and her husband work for ten years to pay for for the replaced necklace. They then find out that the necklace was a fake. The following alternate ending to the story depicts exactly how mad Mathilde is when she finds out the necklace is not real..Mathilde beat the crap out of Madame Forestier and took back the necklace. Then Mathilde hired a ninja assasin to kill Madame Forestier. Madame Forestier pulled out a gun and shot the ninja assasin. He died. A Samurai then came and drew his sword and sliced the gun in half. Madame Forestier pulled out a katana and fought the samurai to the death. She won and went to reclaim the necklace from Mathilde. Mathilde drew a sword and fought Madame Forestier to the death. Mathilde was scared for her life, so she ran. "Coward!!" screamed Forestier.Godzilla came and tried to kill Madame Forestier, but Chuck Norris killed him. Mathilde kept running, and ran into Richard M. Nixon. He threw cassete tapes at her while screaming "I am not a crook!!" She ran like hell and ran into Bin Laden. He pulled out a GATT Link gun and fired. She did a whole bunch of matrix moves and shot him point blank.A wishing troll snuck up, Mathilde was so scared she kicked him in a bad spot. The necklace was in her pocket. She ran to Madame Forestier and pulled out a gun. She fired wile the Mortal Combat theme song was playing in the backround randomly. It was the fiercest battle ever. Sadly it was Groundhog Day. Poor little groundhog. The battle continued and the necklace was stolen by a dragon. Mathilde then pulled out a spartan laser and destroyed the dragon. Sadly the necklace was destroyed in the process. Now they were both ticked off. They randomly sliced at each other and a chipmunk was in the way and, well, you know. The battle was fierce but it ended in a draw.Mathilde was very upset that she wasted ten years of her life working to pay for a necklace that was not even real. Mathilde's anger made her evil and decided to make Madame Forestier miserable because she had to work all those years. And that was Josh's-Better-Than-Anyone-Else's Alternate Ending to "The Necklace."
Madame Loisel borrows a necklace from madame forestier because she does not have enough money to get one. Also because her husband gives her that idea instead of paying for one
Basically it's about this womans greed and how she completlely takes advantage of her husband, spending money on gowns and the sort. Then she asks her friend for some jewlery, she decides on this necklace and was so happy, then she ended up losing it, and instead of telling her friend she had lost it they spent all they money buying a replacement. Years later she is working as a maid, having lost her middle class status and she found her old friend. There she told her that the necklace as a fake, whereas the one she had replaced it with was a real one. Then she goes off and blames her friend for all her troubles and the current position she was in, when if she had just admitted she had lost the thing, she would have been fine.A:"The Necklace" tells the story of Madame Mathilde Loisel and her husband. When Mathilde was little, she always imagined herself in a high social position with wonderful jewels. However, when she grows up, she has nothing and marries a lowly clerk who is obsessed with making her happy.Through lots of begging at work, he is able to get two invitations to the Ministry of Education's party. Mathilde is upset, for she has nothing to wear. Using money that he was saving to buy a rifle, he lets Mathilde buy a fancy dress. Mathilde also wants jewels to wear with it. Since they have no money left, her husband suggests that she borrow something from her friend, Madame Jeanne Forestier. Mathilde picks out the fanciest jewel necklace that she can find. After attending the Ministry of Education's party, Mathilde finds out that she has lost the necklace.Mathilde and her husband then have to work for ten years to come up with the 36,000 francs to buy a replacement necklace. After losing everything, having to work, and forcing her husband to work two jobs, Mathilde sees Madame Forestier walking down the street and tells her that the necklace she returned to her was actually a replacement. Madame Forestier is surprised and tells Mathilde that the original necklace was actually a copy, worth only 500 francs.(from Wikipedia)Detached.
woman in France. Mathilde, a woman of a certain beauty lives an ordinary life with a maid servant and her husband who works as a clerk. Although the couple does not have to suffer and enjoys a secure life, Mathilde is not satisfied. She longs for more luxury, lovely dresses and attractiveness. One day her husband, well aware of his wife's desires, comes home with an invitation from the Minister of Education. He expects Mathilde to be pleased because the high society of the town is most likely to be present. Mathilde is far from happy, because she feels that none of her dresses are appropriate for such an occasion. Her husband, although he had planned to buy a gun for his weekend hunting, offers to spend their saved money on a new dress. The date of the invitation comes closer but even with the new dress at hand Mathilde is not satisfied. She has no jewelry and refuses to go to the banquet. Her husband suggests she should visit her old schoolmate whom Mathilde had not visited for a while, out of jealousy. Madame Forestier, delighted by the visit, offers to lend Mathilde the necklace she likes best and after some hesitation Mathilde picks the most expensive looking diamond necklace. The awaited evening comes and Mathilde is delighted. She feels admired and enjoys every moment of her appearance. At the end of the party she and her husband leave to catch one of the night carriages. At home, taking a last look at her beauty in the mirror, Mathilde discovers that the borrowed necklace has disappeared. Monsieur Loisel walks back to all the places they had been that night but cannot find it. The next day they try to gain some time, telling Madame Forestier that they had brought the necklace to a jeweler to get the clasp fixed, but this lie does not help either. Not even the jeweler who had made the necklace is to be found. Finally the Loisels decide to buy a replacement. They get together all their saved money and borrow from everybody they know. Madame Forestier gets the new necklace and does not realize that it is a replacement. In order to be able to pay all the loans back Mathilde has to fire the maid and do all housework by herself. They live through ten years of poverty in a small house. After these long years of discomfort Mathilde meets Madame Forestier in the street and decides to tell her the truth about the necklace and how she had to suffer. At first Madame Forestier does not even recognize Mathilde whose beauty has faded. She is surprised when she hears the story and feels pity for Mathilde as she tells her the original necklace had not even been a real diamond one, but a simple imitation.
'The Necklace' is mostly about a woman and her husband who are poor. There is a ball coming up and the woman borrows a necklace from her friend. It is a diamond necklace, then the woman borrowing it loses it and she and her husband spend 10 years paying back depts after they bought their friend a 5,000 frank necklace. At the end, it turns out the diamond necklace that was borrowed were fake diamonds.
Basically it's about this woman's greed and how she completely takes advantage of her husband, spending money on gowns and the sort. Then she asks her friend for some jewelry, she decides on this necklace and was so happy, then she ended up losing it, and instead of telling her friend she had lost it they spent all they money buying a replacement. Years later she is working as a maid, having lost her middle class status and she found her old friend. There she told her that the necklace as a fake, whereas the one she had replaced it with was a real one. Then she goes off and blames her friend for all her troubles and the current position she was in, when if she had just admitted she had lost the thing, she would have been fine.
because she believes that her dress is not elegant enough and the necklace would make it evne more beautiful! she doesnt want to look poor and she wants to fulfil her desires by being (feeling) apart of an upper class!
The irony is the fact that the woman worked her entire life to buy a necklace for the woman after it was lost to find out later on that the necklace she had lost and spent all that time trying to replace was fake... Also, the fact that the woman had merely wanted to wear the jewelry to make herself look more pretty and rich for the party...If she hadn't of asked her friend to let her borrow the jewelry, she would never have ruined her life by trying to make up for what she had done earlier on...
complains about being poor gets dress for 400 f. barrows necklace from rich friend goes to ball get a cab after losses necklace get new necklace to replace 1o years go by. finally pays dept. really poor now changes feelings about being poor. love herself and husband now finds out diamond necklace was fake
Madame Loisel decides to borrow some jewellery from her friend Madame Forestier in Guy de Maupassant's short story La Parure (The Necklace).
because she wanted to have an anxiety attack