Analysis Of The Necklace By Guy De Maupassant

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“The Necklace” by Guy de Maupassant
The Necklace is a famous French author during in 19th century, Guy de Maupassant, and this author had been worked about 300 stories. The most significantly there is One of the most well- known short stories of Maupassant’s is “The Necklace” . Moreover, this story has established since 17th February 1884 from the French newspaper.
In briefly this story, it described story of Mathilde Loisel who is gorgeous woman and she has her own mind to be rich and extravagance. After she got married she could not get all those wonderful jewels that she had ever dreamt about due to lack of financial .Even her husband’s love and caring attitude cannot comfort and make her feel happiness. Moreover, she is blind with her desire and does not notice anything else.
The terms of necklace, it shows us how people afford so much power and worthy of materialism, and it very expensive items for rich people themselves. It reminds us to avoid young lady Loisel’s concern for her external joys of life; such as love, health, and family. We can say that this short story is similar to a moralistic fable. In addition, the example of the main character introduce us to realize that is destructive our life, whether we are trying to pretend which is not reality
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I liked this story because of the message it tells us. Vanity and excessive pride can lead to consequences that will affect our lives forever. Because of Mathilde 's foolish pride, she suffered for ten years working and slaving for something she didn 't even have to to begin with. She says herself that she "suffers" from her vanity, so even if this trait is a reflection of her true nature, it is not on her own accord, and it might be more of a reason for us to have sympathy for her, rather than a reason for us to detest her the moral of this story is careful what you wish for you just might get it. Get it but not the way you expected beauty, wealth, and fame are real surface things deep to find true
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