يكفي القليل لينتكس المرء أو ينجو}. Similarly, the jewelry represents the illusion of wealth in which Madame Forestier and the aristocratic class indulge. She looked at him with an irritated eye and she declared with impatience: What do you want me to put on my back to go there? He returns home much later in an even greater panic—he has not found the necklace. A woman is invited to a ballroom party. She did not open the case, which her friend had been fearing. And she loved nothing but that.
She never complained about her life like Matilda did and her heart and mind were pure and her hard work and good intentions were rewarded. Madame Mathilde Loisel has always imagined herself in a high state of aristocracy. . They gazed at each other, crushed. He would borrow the rest.
It was worth forty thousand francs. Natural ingenuity, instinct for what is elegant, a supple mind are their sole hierarchy, and often make of women of the people the equals of the very greatest ladies. She washed the dishes, using her dainty fingers and rosy nails on greasy pots and pans. One day, while taking a walk, Mme. Loisel that she felt it on her after leaving the ball, so it must be in the road somewhere. Her frock was ready, however. At the end of ten years they had paid everything, everything, with the rates of usury and the accumulations of the compound interest.
He borrowed, asking a thousand francs from one, five hundred from another, five here, three louis there. الموضوع : يتناول الكاتب في هذه القصة القصيرة التي لا تتعدى ١٧ صفحة الزوجة متيلدا لوازيل التي تندب حضها دوماً بسبب وضعهم المادي. أشعلت النقاش هذه الصفحات القليلة بعددها والكبيرة برسالتها والتي أتمنى أن يبدأ التغيير من أنفسنا لعلنا نستطيع نشر وباء البساطة والقناعة من جديد لتعود الحياة جميلة كما في السابق. The two characters struggle to get a proper dress in order to go to the party —and conceal their modest lifestyles. Give your card to some colleague whose wife is better equipped than I am. As to him, he reflected that he must be at the ministry at ten o'clock that morning.
He jumped up, frightened What? I never got over my hippie days. And they searched in the folds of the dress, in the folds of the wrap, in the pockets, everywhere. Monsieur Loisel decides to give up on his savings in order to soothe his wife —and enable to purchase a dress. She tried on the ornaments before the mirror, hesitated and could not make up her mind to part with them, to give them back. It took them to their dwelling in the Rue des Martyrs, and sadly they mounted the stairs to their flat. Her hands trembled as she took it. She came to know what heavy housework meant and the odious cares of the kitchen.
After Mathilde disagrees, he suggests borrowing something from her friend, Madame Jeanne Forestier. Nice guy who deserved a better wife, because she gladly took the money. Her vanity and her attempts to show off eventually make her pay for her disagreeable behaviour when she finds out that the necklace that was the cause of her ruin was fake! At last it is ended, and I am very glad. Then they went from jeweler to jeweler, looking for a necklace like the other, consulting their memory,sick both of them with grief and anxiety. Would she have taken her friend for a thief? They could have it for thirty-six. Forestier will give the necklace back to Matilda and her husband, but even if she does, will Matilda be happy, now when she lost her beauty and health? But at last it is over, and I am very glad. The girl was one of those pretty and charming young creatures who sometimes are born, as if by a slip of fate, into a family of clerks.
How the missing necklace changes the couple's life is the gist of the story. I touched it in the hall at the Ministry. After Monsieur Loisel manages to get an invitation to the Ministry of Education party, Mathilde refuses to go under the pretext that she has nothing to wear. Every month they had to meet some notes, renew others, obtain more time. Works with Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Google Slides.
The frightful debt must be paid. She washed the dishes, using her dainty fingers and rosy nails on greasy pots and pans. You will catch cold outside. He would borrow the rest. The story demonstrates the value of honesty; if Mathilde had been honest to Madame Forestier, she'd likely have been able to easily replace the necklace and enjoy the prosperity she wanted but never had. Analysis As writer in 19th-century France, Maupassant writes in a style called Literary Realism. They did not find it.
Foristier for her own misfortunes. All the men were looking at her, inquiring her name, asking to be introduced. She regrets her lot in life and spends endless hours imagining a more extravagant existence. She marries a low-paid clerk who tries his best to make her happy but has little to give. After days of searching, she and her husband decide to replace it with one that looks identical. During his lifetime, he created nearly 300 stories, and in my opinion a far greater writer of the short story than the novel. She turned to him, terror-stricken: III have not Mme.