She further asked for a necklace but her husband did not have any money. She then went to Madame Forestier and borrowed a diamond necklace. However, she loses the necklace at the event. They bought a new identical diamond necklace for which they had taken a heavy debt. It took them ten years to pay the amount and in the end, Madame Loisel came to know that the necklace she had borrowed was not real but an imitation. The aim of this paper is to analyze the cause and effect of the situation.
Madame Loisel is the central character, who was a beautiful young lady. The author has described her as a beautiful lady, who had charm and charisma but fate had mistakenly placed her in the “family of artisans” (De Maupassant, 432). Her desire was to lead the life of luxury and lavishness and to be treated like a queen. She was belonged to a poor family and she got married to a man, who worked as a clerk in the Ministry of Education. However, she was not satisfied with her current lifestyle and she wanted to lead a life of luxury and comfort. One day, she and her husband were invited to the Ball and she complained that she did not have anything to wear. Her behavior was that of a child.
Madame Loisel and her husband had to attend the Ball and she constantly complained about the things she had. She wanted a new beautiful dress with matching jewelry. By acting like a child, she bought herself a pretty dress. However, she did not have the money to buy jewelry (Prince, 267). She then complained and nagged her husband. She then visited her friend Madame Forestier and borrowed a beautiful diamond necklace. She wore it with the dress and attended the Ball. She thought that she was the most beautiful lady there and she was given constant attention. This was what she had always wanted. She wanted to be admired by others. However, after leaving the party, she discovered that she had lost the necklace. She could find it and