The Necklace Quote Analysis

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The story The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant, Madame Loisel begins the story sadden by her social status then was forced to change by fate, and becomes more “ grown up”. In the start Madame was constantly moping about the nice things she didn’t have. “ She grieved incessantly, feeling that she had been born for all the little niceties and luxuries of living.” The quote shows that she was envous about what other women had and how she moped instead of taking the problem into her own hands and trying to fix it. Finally when she was able to go to such an event she had envied she worried immensely before and afterwards about others thought of her. ‘She danced madly, wildly, drunk with pleasure. . . she felt this and longed to escape.” This quote
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