The Necklace

the way she is represented up to the loss of the necklace.( story - the necklace by gut de maupassant)

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Mathilde Loisel isn't a very sympathetic character. Her husband works hard to provide for the family even extending himself to give her some of the finer things in life (as much as he can). Mathilde is not satisfied; she would have preferred a husband with better prospects. Mathilde, not born into luxury, feels she is owed a life of luxury. She feels the life of a mere clerk's wife is beneath her. When she borrows the necklace, she basks in the glamor that she thinks she deserves.