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Unpropitious Life

The story is about a girl who was one of those beautiful young women who was born as Fate’s mistake. Being in the family of clerks gave her no chance to be rich and famous or to marry one the matter. However, she considers herself that she took birth to luxury goods and lived lavishly. She allowed herself to marry the little Clerk in the office of the Board of Education. She was faithful and done all the right. But whenever she looks at her flats and worn-out upholstery she became sad. Her husband was rather happy with her. As she cooked pot pie for him. Meanwhile, she was thinking about the fine dining and beautiful outfits and jewellery. But she doesn’t have. On the contrary, her childhood friend in the city who is beautiful and married rich has everything. So, she doesn’t like to visit her friend often. When she came into town she cried the whole day out of despair and sadness.

Her husband came one evening. Excitedly holding a big envelope and said: “there’s something here for you.” Handing it over the invitation to her wife. When she read the invitation she asked angrily “What are you” What do I want from this? “But, my dearie, I thought it would make you happy. You never go out, and this is an occasion and a fine one! The husband explained how exclusive that party would be. But she asked irritated what she was supposed to wear there?

Affording Happiness

He said how much he likes the dress she wore for the theatre and felt stupid in front of her crying wife. So, when he asked what happened she responded with all holding. Her irritation with a calm voice. That she couldn’t go there. Unless she has something nice to wear and pass the invitation to some other colleague whose wife can afford the dress. Husband was grieved, but answered, “Let us see, Matilda. How much would a suitable costume cost, something that would serve for other occasions, something very simple?”

She responded after careful proposal. “I can’t say for sure, but it seems to me that four hundred Franks.” He went pale after hearing this but offered to pay. The price from the money he saved for the gun to go on the hunting party of summer. Matilda got the dress new few days and still looked sad, terrified, and terrified. Husband asked me Loisel why she has been upset for past two-three days. So, she responded that she doesn’t have anything to adore herself. As she is looking poor without It and offered not to go in this ball party. Husband tried to convince her by asking her to wear fresh flowers. But she said it’ll be disgrace to have a shabby air in the midst of rich women.”

Her husband offered the idea to visit her friend Madame Forestier and ask her to lend you her jewels. She cried with joy. “It’s true!” When Madame Forestier heard about the party went to her closet. Picked up a large box of jewelry where she found a splendid diamond necklace in a black satin box. Her hands trembled as she took it out. She tried that necklace. She felt more than happy. Then He asked in a hesitant voice, “Can you lend me this? That’s it?” “Oh sure”.

A Moment that Stays for Life

Excitedly, she fell on her friend’s neck, embraced her passionately. At ball party madam Loisel was very successful. He was the prettiest of them all – gorgeous, handsome, smiling, and full of joy. Every man saw her, asked her name and wanted to know about her. She danced with passion, drunk with joy, thoughtful Nothing but all this praise, this victory is so perfect and sweet to his heart.

An Incident that Changed Everything

She wants to go home and not be seen with other women. Whose husbands were covering their wives with plush fur. But one of them asked to wait as he is calling the cab, but she ignored and hurried to the stairs to take the public coach. And came home exhausted. All this was done by him. And by his side, she remembered that he should be in the office by ten o’clock. While undressing herself she wanted to have a final look in the mirror to see her glorious look. Suddenly she screamed. The necklace was not on the neck.

Loisel, already undressed, when the husband asked what happened she said “I no longer Madame Forester’s necklace”. He panicked: “What! So how? It’s impossible.” And they looked in the folds of their clothes, in the folds of their coats Pockets everywhere. He asked if she lost it in the minister’s house? Even went on looking in the way from where she came home. She suggested she might have lost it in the carriage.

Husband went to police to report it and even announced reward. But nothing happened. They planned to replace it by buying a new one. Meanwhile, he asked madam Loisel to make excuse to her friend. Madam frostier that her necklace clasp has been broke. She will repair it before givi. This gave them time to arrange money and buy a new one. He found a necklace similar looking at the Palace Royal it has cost Forty thousand francs. But negotiated for thirty-six thousand. Loisel had 18,000 francs, which his father had left behind. He took a heavy loan from usurers. She returned the necklace to Madame Forestier, and she said “You should have returned them to me sooner, for I might have needed them.”

Hustling Together

Mme Loisel was afraid that Mme Forestier will find out about the change. Mme Loisel now knew the horrible life of necessity. She did her part. it was important to pay this frightful debt. She would pay for it. To save money and repay the debt they sent away the maid and found shelter in amattic. She learned to do all the dishwashing, linen washing odd jobs. Her husband started to work overtime, he often did copying at five sous a page. Like other women, she went to the grocer’s, the butcher’s, and the fruiterer’s, with her basket on her arm. Shopping, haggling to the last save of her miserable money.

Unburdening Her Heart

The struggle lasted for ten years. At the end years of struggling, they had restored all. Mme Loisel seemed old now. She had become a strong, hard woman. Her skirts awry, her hands red. She spoke in a loud tone. But sometimes, when her husband was at the office, she would sit in front of mirror and admire herself. She thought about the glorious night, how beautiful she looked. What if the necklace never lost? Who knows? One day she suddenly perceived a woman walking with a child. It was Mme Forestier, still young, still pretty, still attractive. Madam Loisel was affected. And now that she had paid, she would tell her all. Why not? She approached her. “Good morning, Jeanne.” Her friend did not recognize her when Mme Loisel introduce by saying “No, I am Matilda Loisel.” Her friend uttered a cry of astonishment, “Oh! My poor Matilda! How you have changed!”

Unburdening Her Heart

The struggle lasted for ten years. At the end years of struggling, they had restored all. Mme Loisel seemed old now. She had become a strong, hard woman. Her skirts awry, her hands red. She spoke in a loud tone. But sometimes, when her husband was at the office, she would sit in front of mirror and admire herself. She thought about the glorious night, how beautiful she looked. What if the necklace never lost? Who knows? One day she suddenly perceived a woman walking with a child. It was Mme Forestier, still young, still pretty, still attractive. Madam Loisel was affected. And now that she had paid, she would tell her all. Why not? She approached her. “Good morning, Jeanne.” Her friend did not recognize her when Mme Loisel introduce by saying “No, I am Matilda Loisel.” Her friend uttered a cry of astonishment, “Oh! My poor Matilda! How you have changed!”

Moment of Truth

She told her about the struggle and unfortunate incident that changed everything. The madam Forestier felt very bad and said “Are you saying you bought me a diamond necklace instead?” she informed her they just looked alike.” And she smiled with pride and simple joy. Madame Forestier holding her hand said that it was false diamonds and doesn’t cost more than five francs.

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