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  1. The Necklace” is a short story by French writer Guy de Maupassant, first published in 1884. It tells the story of Mathilde Loisel, a young woman who borrows a necklace from a wealthy friend to wear to a high-society event, only to lose it and spend the next ten years of her life in poverty trying to replace it.

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    One day, while taking a walk, Madame Loisel runs into Madame Forestier. She approaches her old friend, but Mme. Forestier almost doesn’t recognize her. In sudden emotion, Madame Loisel reveals her entire story of losing the necklace, replacing it, and working off the cost of the replacement ever since.

  3. Mathilde looks through every piece in her friend’s magnificent jewel box, finally settling on an expensive-looking diamond necklace. Admiring her reflection in the mirror, Mathilde is finally happy. Mathilde is a huge success at the party, drunk with pleasure as she is admired by the other guests.

  4. The Necklace Summary. "The Necklace" is a short story about Mathilde Loisel, a middle-class woman who longs for a wealthy lifestyle. Mathilde borrows a diamond necklace from her wealthy...

  5. Summary. A young woman, Mathilde, is born to a low class family. With no money for a dowry, she is married to Monsieur Loisel, a clerk from the Board of Education. Mathilde always felt like she should have been born to the upper class and is unhappy in her married life, hating their home, their food, and her lack of fine clothing and jewelry.

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    "The Necklace" (French: La Parure) is a short story by French writer Guy de Maupassant. It is known for its twist ending (ironic ending), which was a hallmark of de Maupassant's style. The story was first published on 17 February 1884 in the French newspaper Le Gaulois .

  7. The Necklace,” published in 1884, illustrates his pessimistic outlook through its focus on irony, conflict, and the destructive power of materialism and greed. The story has been adapted into several movies and has been the inspiration for numerous stories, novels, and plays by later writers.

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