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“It annoys me not to have a jewel, not a single stone, to put on. I shall look like distress. I would almost rather not go to this party” (Maupassant 3). Mathilde would rather refuse to attend the party than go without having jewelry. This is because people attending the ball are influential people from the high class. Therefore, the fake appearance at the party and the necklace are both symbolism of the desire for material things. Symbolism has also been used in Madam Forester’s mirrored wardrobe. This wardrobe contains a large casket of expensive jewelry. They include bracelets, pearls, a Venetian cross made of gold, diamond necklace among other ornaments.

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Critical Essay of The Necklace

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