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  1. The Necklace Full Text - The Necklace - Owl Eyes. The girl was one of those pretty and charming young creatures who sometimes are born, as if by a slip of fate, into a family of clerks.

  2. The Short-Story. 1907. XX. The Necklace. suffer as she came away. And she wept all day long, from chagrin, from regret, from despair, and from distress. But one evening her husband came in with a proud air, holding in his hand a large envelope. “There,” said he, “there’s something for you.”.

  3. G u y d e M a u p a s s a n t T h e N e c k l a c e. S he w a s one of t hos e pr e t t y a nd c ha r m i ng gi r l s bor n, a s i f by a n e r r or of f a t e , i nt o a f a m i l y of c l e r ks . S he ha d no dow r y, no e xpe c t a t i ons , no m e a ns of be c om i ng know n, unde r s t ood, l ove d or w e dde d by a m a n of w e a l t h a ...

  4. The Necklace By Guy De Maupassant 1) She was one of those pretty and charming girls, born, as if by an accident of fate, into a family of clerks. With no dowry, no prospects1, no way of any kind of being met, understood, loved, and married by a man both prosperous and famous, she was finally married to a minor clerk in the Ministry of Education.

  5. The Necklace Guy de Maupassant SHE was one of those pretty and charming girls, born by a blunder of destiny in a family of employees. She had no dowry,1 no expectations, no means of being known, understood, loved, married by a man rich and distinguished; and she let them make a match for her with a little clerk in the Department of Education.

  6. The Necklace is a short story by Guy de Maupassant. View guided reading mode, assessment questions, and discussion activities for this 9th-grade level text.

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