Elements of fiction

Brianna Edwards

"The Necklace"

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Characters

The characters are Madame Loisele and Madame Forestier.

Setting

The setting is in Paris in the late 1800s.

Plot

Madame Loisele borrows Madame Forestier's necklace and ends up losing it. Madame Loisele doesn't tell Madame Forestier. Madame Loisele goes to the jewelers trying to find a necklace to replace it. After looking and looking she finds one worth 40,000 francs but gets it for 36,000. Loisele spends the next multiple years living in poverty trying to pay it off. Then after years of not seeing Madame Forestier, Madame Loisele finally tells her about how she lost the necklace. And Madame Loisele finds out she's paying more than the original necklace was.

Theme

The theme is that someone else's life is better than our own.

Mood/tone

The mood/tone is ironic because Madame Loisele wants to be rich but ends up being poor.

Point of view

The story's point of view is told in third person.

Definition of character

A character is a person in a story, play, or movie that has an individual role.

Definition of setting

The setting is where the events of the story take place.

Definition of plot

The plot is the events of a play, novel, or movie.

Definition of theme

Theme is the underlying topic of a discussion or a recurring idea in an artistic work.

Definition of mood/tone

Mood/tone is how the book makes you feel.

Definition of point of view

The point of view is the way the author lets you see or hear what's going on in the story.

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