Mathilde Loisel in "The Necklace" (Introduction (Thesis: Mrs.…
Mathilde Loisel in "The Necklace"
Thesis: Mrs. Loisel is the dramatic character that can completely present a person who lastly transforms to demeaning
Her husband Mr. Loisel
Thesis: Mrs. Loisel's desires is the major characteristic to describe her character .
She feels herself should bear for all the fine and all the luxury of things, but her poor house with the rough walls, the obsolete furniture, and the vulgar clothes. she feels upset.
When she sitting at home every day to see maids busy, she imagined the noble life of luxury
When her husband was satisfied with the stew, she imagined that only the finest man could enjoy the delicacies.
Thesis: Mrs. Loisel's behaviors show her avaricious mind that shape her character cleearly
One evening, the husband returned to the invitation of the Minister of Education to attend the party invitation. The husband thought his wife would be happy, but Mrs. Loisel feels upset that she does not have a nice dress to join the party. Therefore, she is hinting her husband uses the money that he saved to buy his wife a nice dress.
Mrs. Loisel feels too shabby without jewelry, and she would rather give up this good opportunity. Therefore, the couple suddenly think of her good friend Jenny to borrow a few pieces of jewelry
With a beautiful charming face, exquisite costumes, Mrs. Loisel is popular in the party, all the men staring at her, asked to dance with her
Thesis: Mr. Loisel is a very good comparison to describe Mrs. Loisel's charactertistic.
He is the opposite of his wife. He was completely content with his way of life. He seems to be a very passive person that not affected by the status or wealth
If he had the chance to be rich, he would, but he would not say he was part of the middle class. He seems to be a hardworking job and do his best for his wife
He wanted his wife happy, willing to give up his vacation money, so his wife can wear a better dress.
Mrs. Loisel's life is negatively affected by her obsession with vanity. Her desires, behaviors and the comparison with her husband are completely showing what is this character. Overall, over pursued on vanity may lead to our own losses; therefore, people should accept who they are and to be honest to themselves and people, otherwise, it will induce people to incessant unhappiness.