The Necklace Essay | Review of the Short Story, "The Necklace"

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Review of the Short Story, "The Necklace"

Summary: A review and analysis of the short story, "The Necklace."
Reality verses Daydreams

Mathilde and Loisel were married at a time when individuals were joined together more by financial status then love. Mathilde was from a poor household and daydreamed that she was destined for more in life, including marriage. Guy De Maupassant, the author of " The Necklace" describes a relationship between two people with different dreams and how desires can alter your life. Distinguishing between reality and dreams can bring relationships closer together with respect for one another.

Matlide dreamed of luxury, acknowledgement and glamour at a young age. When marrying Loisel, Matlide believed she had settled for a lifestyle instead of receiving what she deserved, fancy dwellings, servants, and glamorous clothes. Already this has put a burden on a new relationship. Mathlide daydreamed every day about a better life not looking at what was in front of her and how fortunate...

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