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'The Necklace'

setting Paris, France Ministry party Mme. Forestier's house
theme it is better to tell the truth and face consequences then to tell a lie
person vs fate Matilde lies about the necklace and she then is really poor
person vs self Her husband decides to give her the money to buy the dress rather than buying the gun.
protagonist Matilde Loisel
symbol the necklace
irony it is just the party that is over. In reality Matilde's life as she knew it is over
foreshadowing when Matilde husband M.Loisel backtrack were Matilde thought she lost the necklace.
point of view 3rd person limited
Created by: daltonwalters