Analysis Of The Book ' The Necklace '

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The necklace She removed the wraps which covered her shoulders before the glass, so as once more to see herself in all her glory. But suddenly she uttered a cry. She no longer had the necklace around her neck! Her husband, already half undressed, demanded: “What is the matter with you?” She turned madly toward him: “I have --- I have --- I’ve lost Mme. Forestier’s necklace.” He stood up, distracted. “What! --- how? --- impossible!” And they looked in the folds of her dress, in the folds of her cloak, in her pockets, everywhere. They did not find it. After a sleepless night, her husband decided to tell Mme. Forestier the truth. But She did not agree with him. She is a vain person, and she worried that when Mme. Forestier know it will spread everywhere. She did not want anybody know that the glory of her success in the ball was not belong to her. Then they went from jeweler to jeweler with the box which had contained the necklace, trying to find if there is any possible they can find a necklace which look like the same as the one they lost. They have searched every jeweler in the whole city after three days. Unfortunately, there was no any necklace looks like the one they lost. In the three days, her husband always tried to persuade her to tell the truth to Mme. Forestier. However, she felt very desprate, and she began to think about her husband’s advice. “You have to write to your friend,” said her husband, “that you have lost the necklace during the
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