The Necklace By Maupassant Analysis

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The analysis of ‘The necklace’ ‘The Necklace’ is one of the most successful works of Maupassant. In this new, that amounts to a story, Maupassant pleasantly plays with words to leave some suspense. Throughout the news, no indication is no indication that outcome. The new resembles a well-known tale "Cinderella". In this analytical paper, I will examine this story. For a linear and complete analysis of ‘The Necklace’, it is possible to cut the new by following the thread of the story. • The meeting with the main characters and their living standards: The first part of the news gives us a glimpse into the lives of the characters and their personalities. Matilde Loisel lives modestly with her husband. In the description of the accommodation, one…show more content…
At the announcement, the reader realizes that Matilda is a capricious woman who does not accept his modest life. Invited to a big event, it cannot get there without prestigious jewel and without clothes (see: she wants to shine like a jewel). She does not hesitate to make indirect rebuke to her husband and reproached him for his "poverty." After a heated dialogue with her husband, it is keen to see her smile and yields to his whims. The reader understands that the husband of Mathilde is a generous man, desperate to fill his wife 's happiness. Her friend, Mr. Forestier, lend him a sumptuous necklace to ornament his clothes from the golden age. • The day of the ball: When the long-awaited day arrived, the player embarks on reading a list of short sentences. This enumeration is used to highlight the feelings of Matilda. She is happy, happy to be in a prestigious world. She waited so long this time it forgets his humble life that the reader feels a certain emotion at Mathilde. She is in her element and loves to please. She devours every minute and every second of this…show more content…
To make a quick return to reality, the author is playing with words. It says "the street of martyrs," "they had no car," "it 's cold". The euphoria of Matilda is no more. M and Mr. Loisel are frustrated on the loss and seek a solution to the problem. The loss of the necklace is charged for the player as a diabolical sentence. In trying too hard to live beyond its means, we reap what we sow. The reader also understands that Matilda will not announce this loss to her friend me Forestier. She prefers to hide the truth. • A life of misery: The loss of the necklace will cause serious consequences on the future of the couple. To fix this error, the couple will join forces to buy an identical necklace. They 'll work twice for ten years. Mathilde goes to no longer take care of him. The author uses harsh words like "poverty," "torture" and "deprivation". The author insists that the couple is welded. The couple lives in debt and sociable in deplorable conditions. The reader understands that it is better to settle for what we have, rather than envy others. • The
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