The resolution of the story entitled “The Necklace” occurred when Mathilde confessed Madame Forestier about what actually happened the night of the ball and how her life had been altered ever since. Madame Forestier then revealed that the proclaimed “diamond” necklace was actually costume jewelry.
How was it solved the story of the diamond necklace?
Loisel solved his problem by advising her to request her friend, Mme Forestier to lend her some jewels. … Matilda borrowed a marvellous diamond necklace from her friend to attend a ball. Unfortunately, she lost it. Unable to find the diamond necklace, the Loisels had to replace it with a new one.
What is the exposition rising action climax falling action and resolution of the necklace?
Climax: After ten years of hard work and struggles, the couple pays off all their debts. Falling Action: One day Mathilde is walking to the market and sees the friend that she borrowed the necklace from. She decides to tell her what happened. Resolution: The friend Mme.
How did the characters in the necklace try to resolve it?
The resolution of the story comes from the epiphany of the worth of the necklace; however, the reader also realizes the value of finding happiness with what a person has. Mathilde had everything but thought she had nothing. Furthermore, a more important lesson is that honesty is the best policy.
What is the ending of the necklace?
Losing the necklace had seemed to be Mathilde’s fatal mistake, but it was actually Mathilde’s failure to be truthful with Madame Forestier that sealed her fate.
Who Solved Matilda’s problem?
Mme Loisel’s husband solved this problem. He told his wife to request her friend, Mme Forestier, to lend her some jewels. When she went to Mme Forestier, the latter brought a jewel case for Mme Loisel so that she could choose whichever jewels she liked.
What was the result of borrowing the necklace?
The course of the Loisel’s life changed due to the necklace. After replacing the lost necklace with a new one, they had to repay all the money that they had borrowed to buy the new necklace. They sent away the maid and changed their lodgings.