Loisel thought this would …show more content… This is the point in the story when the author reveals to the reader that Mathilde wants it all or nothing.
It was written on April 19, ,by Kate Chopin The author aims to show the reader the power of decision making when faced to decide between needs, wants, honesty and untruthfulness and how every decision we choose to make affect our lives in ways we never thought possible.
However, even with the new dress in hand she is still dissatisfied with the lack of jewels to match her outfit, and after a prompting from her husband, Mathilde asks her friend Madame Forestier to lend her a diamond necklace Coming from nobility, de Maupassant tells the story of luxurious desire through the eyes of the middle class woman Mathilde.
All the while she dreamed of living the life of the rich. Most men thought women were so fragile that they could not run their own lives.
We meet Mathilde Loisel, a selfish, conceited and ungrateful wife to M.
With much surprise, Mrs. The writer shows how she longs for a recognized family name as well as an expensive dowry.
Guy De Maupassant, the author of "The Necklace", perfectly shows how greed can lead to bad outcomes in the short story.