Still, we can't sympathize completely with Mathilde. She is married to a clerk who works with the Ministry of Education, and who is very supportive of her, yet she does not seem to reciprocate these emotions. She is not just poor financially but also in character. Mathilde has a husband named Monsieur Loisel. Back then, if you were a woman, being wanted by a man was practically the only way to be anybody at all. Mathilde Loisel, as the main character of the story, is truly believable. Mathilde Loisel A beautiful woman who yearns for a life of luxery and wealth.
Loisel longs for the material things that her old schoolmate Mme. She can no longer be bored and useless. A conflict of Charlie is showing he is a changed man for the better, but is challenged by his past to which Charlie shows he is considerate and conscientious. He becomes excited as he carries an invitation to go too a formal dinner with the Ministry of Education. Usually static characters have minor roles in a story.
Once again, Monsieur Loisel was demonstrating his passiveness. The Minister took notice of her. Once she gets her jewellery she does an action that more than probably leads to her losing said jewellery. Every one wants one; it's very select, and very few go to the clerks. The necklace symbolizes the cost one may pay chasing a superficial way of life.
Instead, he talks about Mathilde as if he were from the outside looking in. This just goes to show how ungrateful she really is. She and her husband are forced to live a life of hard work and struggle because of her own selfish desires. Both stories deal with the idea of outward appearance dictating the perceptions of others, but while Cinderella was humble and gracious, Mathilde feels entitled to the gown and jewels. Her husband suggested that she borrow a piece from her friend, Mme.
Direct characterization means we are told, usually by the narrator of a story, exactly what to think about a character. Forrestier walking with her child. That is, they recognize, change with, or adjust to circumstances. Throughout the story, the diamond necklace, the centerpiece of the story, is shown by the author to represent many themes. Mathilde is able to obtain a rather lovely necklace from Mrs. He demonstrates is simplicity the one night at dinner Monsieur Loisel and Mathilde sit down to eat. Loisel works hard in the evening and sometimes at night as well in order make their life easier.
Mathilde Loisel was an envious woman. Loisel's dreams and reality cause her emotional distance and emotional problems, her financial difficulties, and eventually she changes because of her faults. She has a just life. Mathilde wondered what life would have been like if she had not lost the necklace. Mathilde, who is very concerned with appearances, insists on buying a new gown.
Despite her not having the luxuries she dreams of, Mathilde is still considered in the lower bourgeoisie, a class above traders and laborers, and has more than many. She takes a job as a servant, cleaning house, washing dishes, and other heavy housework. Well, you ever notice how throughout the first part of the story, Mathilde's never satisfied with anything? He's happy with what he has, while she always wants more. Forestier what happened to her original necklace and what she had been through to pay for the replacement that was thirty-six thousand francs. Mathilde Loisel was an envious woman.
Sadly, in the end after all she has put herself and her husband through, she finds out that it was really in vain. When Mathilde told her who she was, Mme. After ten years they finally pay off the debt, but when Mathilde Loisel encounters her rich friend on the street, the friend tells Loisel the necklace was an imitation. . Loisel and her husband bought a necklace to replace the one she had lost for thirty-six thousand francs. And she loved nothing but that; she felt made for that.
She insisted that she could not go because she had nothing to wear. The necklace will call attention to her beautiful neck, throat and bosom. This is a form of greed twisted into intense jealousy. Just as she is married to the wrong man, he is married to the wrong woman. He does everything possible to fulfill her demands and to make her happy.