In "The Necklace" Madame Loisel's vain desires cause many conflicts and her ultimate downfall. Loisel's pride causes her to make another error after she loses the necklace. It causes her to be unhappy in life.
She was greedy with everything she had, even though she was not poor. She returns triumphantly to her old friend smiling "with a joy which was both proud and naive at once" She was very charming and beautiful woman who thought that she must have been born into the wrong life, since she had no way of getting known and married by a rich man.
She was very charming and beautiful woman who necklace necklace she must have been born into the wrong life, since she story no way of getting known and married by a rich man. I personally enjoyed this story by, Guy De Maupassant as it has some valuable lessons in it.
Forestier, whom Loisel had once viewed as a peer, in a higher social status than herself disgusts Loisel.
The couple searches everywhere, but finally gives in to purchasing a new one, worth 36 thousand francs.