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05) The Necklace (Guy De Maupassant)

Lesson Summary 

Matilda Loisel and her Unhappiness

Matilda Liosel was a pretty married lady who had high ambitions. She wished to be wealthy and dreamt of a marvellous life. However, she was born into a family of clerks. She was also married to a clerk, M Liosel who worked in the office of Board of Education.

Matilda believed that she was born for a life of luxury. She always used to dream of elegant dinners, fine crockery, beautiful frocks and delicious dishes. So, whenever she saw her rich friend, she felt disappointment.

M Loisel brings an Invitation

One evening Matilda's husband, M Loisel returned from his office with a large envelope. The envelope consisted of an invitation to a ball (party) at the Minister's residence. M Loisel thought that his wife would be happy to read the invitation but she was not happy to see the invitation. Matilda told her husband that she did not have a good dress to wear in the ball.

New Dress was Bought

After realising Matilda's distress, her husband M. Loisel told her that she could buy a new dress. He had saved four hundred Francs to buy a gun to join some hunting parties. Now, he would give the money to Matilda for buying a new dress.

Matilda still not Happy

Matilda bought a new dress but she was still unhappy. Her husband asked about the reason of her unhappiness. Matilda told her husband that she would not go for the ball as she did not have any jewellery to wear with her dress. Her husband suggested that she could wear some natural flowers.

But Matilda was not convinced and replied that she would look shabby among the rich women. Finally, her husband advised her that she should go to Mme Forestier, her friend and borrow her jewellery.

Matilda Gets Necklace from Mme Forestier

Next day, Matilda went to her friend's house. She told Mme Forestier her problem. Mme Forestier brought her jewel case and asked Matilda to make her choice. Matilda tried various pieces of jewellery but ultimately decided to borrow a diamond necklace. 

Matilda at the Night of Ball The night of the ball arrived and Matilda was happy at the occasion. She looked very beautiful. Everyone liked her and she was the centre of attraction. She danced with great enthusiasm and happiness. She went home at 4 am. Then they hired an old carriage (cab) and returned home.

The Necklace was Lost

When Matilda returned home and was changing her dress, she wanted to see her beauty in final view before the mirror. Suddenly, she noticed that the necklace was not around her neck. She cried out and informed her husband that she had lost the necklace:

Her husband searched for the necklace on every place, where they went last night. He went to the police and the cab offices. He also put an advertisement in the newspapers offering reward, but the necklace was not found. So he advised her wife to write a letter to her friend telling her that the clasp (lock) of the necklace was broken and she needed some time to get the necklace repaired.

Matilda Replace the Necklace

At last, Matilda and her husband decided to replace the necklace with a necklace that looked similar to it. They searched for a similar necklace everywhere and found it in a shop at Palais Royal.

The necklace cost 40,000 Francs but they bargained it to 36000 Francs. Her husband gave her 18000 francs which his father had left for him. He took a loan of the remaining amount and purchased a diamond necklace. Finally, Matilda returned the necklace to her friend.

Life of Poverty

After replacing the necklace, Matilda and her husband lived in poverty. They sent away the maid, changed their lodgings and rented some rooms of the attic. Matilda had to do all the work. Matilda started dressing like a commoner and even went to get her grocery shopping

Her husband worked day and night. He spent his evening putting the books of some merchants and did some copying's at night. Finally they were able to pay off their debt after ten years of poverty.

Matilda had Changed

After ten years, Matilda had changed. She had became an old, strong, hard woman. Her hair was badly dressed, her skirts were awry (uneven), her hands were red and she spoke in a loud tone. She would often think if she had not lost the necklace, her life would be better.

The Truth of Necklace Revealed

One Sunday while Matilda was walking in the Champs- Elysees, she saw Mme Forestier. She was looking charming and beautiful as she had looked ten years before.

Now that all the debts were paid off, Matilda decided to tell Mme Forestier about her necklace. At this, Mme Forestier informed her that it was a fake necklace which cost only five hundred Francs.

मटिल्डा लॉयसेल और उसकी नाखुशी

मटिल्डा लॉयसेल एक सुन्दर विवाहित महिला थी जिसकी उच्च महत्त्वाकांक्षाएँ थी। वह अमीर बनना चाहती थी और एक अद्भुत जीवन का सपना देखती थी। हालाँकि वह क्लर्कों के परिवार में पैदा हुई थी। उसकी शादी भी एक क्लर्क से हुई थी, जो शिक्षा क्लर्क बोर्ड के कार्यालय में काम करता था।

मटिल्डा का मानना था कि वह विलासिता के जीवन के लिए पैदा हुई थी। वह' हमेशा शानदार रात्रिभोजन, बढ़िया क्रॉकरी, सुन्दर फ्रॉक और स्वादिष्ट व्यंजनों का सपना देखती थी। इसलिए जब भी उसने अपने अमीर दोस्त को देखा, उसे निराशा हुई।

एम लॉयसेल एक निमन्त्रण लाना

एक शाम मटिल्डा के पति एम लॉयसेल एक बड़े लिफाफे के साथ अपने कार्यालय से लौटे। लिफाफे में मन्त्री के आवास पर एक पार्टी का निमन्त्रण था। एम लॉयसेल ने सोचा कि उसकी पत्नी निमन्त्रण पढ़कर खुश होगी लेकिन वह निमन्त्रण देखकर खुश नहीं थी। मटिल्डा ने अपने पति को बताया कि पार्टी में पहने के लिए उसके पास ड्रेस नहीं है।

नई पोशाक खरीदी गई

मटिल्डा के संकट को महसूस करने के बाद, उसके पति एम लॉयसेल ने उससे कहा कि वह एक नई ड्रेस खरीद सकती है। उसने कुछ शिकार दलों में शामिल होने तथा एक बन्दूक खरीदने के लिए 400 फ्रैंक बचाए थे। अब वह मटिल्डा को एक

नई ड्रेस खरीदने के लिए पैसे देगा।

मटिल्डा अभी भी खुश नहीं हैं मटिल्डा ने एक नई ड्रेस खरीदी लेकिन वह अभी भी दुःखी थी। उसके पति ने

उसकी दुख का कारण पूछा। मटिल्डा ने अपने पति से कहा कि वह पार्टी के लिए नही जाएगी क्योंकि उसके पास अपनी ड्रेस के साथ पहनने के लिए कोई आभूषण नहीं है। उसके पति ने सुझाव दिया कि वह कुछ प्राकृतिक फूल पहन सकती है। लेकिन मटिल्डा को याद नहीं लगा और उसने जवाब दिया कि यह अमीर महिला के बीच भद्दा दिखेगा। अन्त में, उसके पति ने उसे सलाह दी कि वह अपने दोस्त मैडम फोरस्टियर के पास जाए और अपने गहने उधार मटिल्डा को मैडम फोरस्टियर से हार मिलना लें।

अगले दिन, मटिल्डा अपनी सहेली के घर गई। उसने मैडम फोरस्टियर को अपनी समस्या बताई। एम एम ई फोरस्टियर अपने गहने का केस लाई और मटिल्डा से अपनी पसन्द बताने के लिए कहा। मटिल्डा ने विभिन्न आभूषणों को लेने की कोशिश की लेकिन अन्ततः हीरे का हार उधार लेने का फैसला किया।

पार्टी की रात में मटिल्डा

पार्टी की रात आ गई और इस अवसर पर मटिल्डा खुश थी। वह बहुत खूबसूरत लग रही थी। सभी उसे पसन्द करते थे और वह आकर्षण का केन्द्र थी। उसने बड़े उत्साह और खुशी के साथ नृत्य किया। वह सुबह चार बजे घर चली गई। फिर उन्होंने एक पुरानी गाड़ी (कैब) किराये पर ली और घर लौट आए।

हार का खो (गुम) जाना

जब मटिल्डा घर लौटी और अपनी ड्रेस बदल रही थी, तो वह आईने के सामने अपनी सुन्दरता को अन्तिम रूप में देखना चाहती थी। अचानक उसने देखा कि हार उसके गले में नहीं था। वह चिल्लाई और अपने पति को बताया कि उसने हार खो दिया है।

उसके पति ने हर उस जगह पर हार की तलाश की, जहाँ वे कल रात गए थे। वह पुलिस और कैब कार्यालयों में गया। उसने अखबार में इनाम देने का विज्ञापन भी डाला, लेकिन हार नहीं मिला। इसलिए उसने अपनी पत्नी को सलाह दी कि वह अपने दोस्त को एक पत्र लिखकर बताए कि हार का ताला टूट गया है और उसे हार की मरम्मत के लिए कुछ समय चाहिए।

मटिल्डा का हार बदलना

अन्त में, मटिल्डा और उनके पति ने हार को उसके समान दिखने वाले हार से बदलने का निर्णय किया। उन्होंने हर जगह एक जैसे हार की खोज की और इसे पैलेस रॉयल की एक दुकान में पाया।

हार की कीमत 40,000 फ्रैंक थी लेकिन उन्होंने इसे 36,000 फ्रैंक में मोल भाव किया। उसके पति ने उसे 18,000 फ्रैंक दिए जो उसके पिता ने उसके लिए जोड़े थे। उसने शेष राशि का ऋण लिया और हीरे का हार खरीदा। अन्त में, मटिल्डा ने हार अपने दोस्त को लौटा दिया।

गरीबी का जीवन हार को बदलने के बाद, मटिल्डा और उनके पति गरीबी में रहते थे। उन्होंने नौकरानी को विदा किया, अपने आवास बदले और अटारी के कुछ कमरे किराये पर लिए। मटिल्डा को सारा काम करना पडता था। मटिल्डा ने एक आम आदमी की तरह कपड़े पहनना शुरू कर दिया और यहां तक कि अपनी किराने की खरीदारी करने भी गई।

उसका पति दिन-रात काम करता था। उन्होंने अपनी शाम व रात कुछ व्यापारियों के खाते लिखने में लगायी। आखिरकार वे दस साल की गरीबी के बाद अपना कर्ज चुकाने में सक्षम हो गए।

मटिल्डा बदल गई थी

दस साल बाद, मटिल्डा बदल गई थी। वह एक बूढ़ी, मजबूत, कठोर महिला बन गई थी। उसके बाल सही ढंग से सँवारे नहीं होते. उसकी स्कर्ट सलवटों भरी थी। उसके हाथ लाल थे और वह जोर से बोल रही थी। वह अकसर सोचती थी कि अगर उसने हार नहीं खोया होता, तो उसका जीवन बेहतर होता।

हार का सच सामने आना

एक रविवार को जब मटिल्डा चैम्प्स एलिसीस में घूम रही थी, उसने मैडम फोरस्टियर को देखा। वह आकर्षक और सुन्दर लग रही थी। जैसा कि वह दस साल पहले दिखती थी।

अब जबकि सभी कर्ज चुका दिए गए थे, मटिल्डा ने मैडम फोरस्टियर को हार के बारे में बताने का फैसला किया। इस पर मैडम फोरस्टियर ने उसे बताया कि वह एक नकली हार था जिसकी कीमत केवल पाँच सो फ्रैंक थी।

Questions Answers

Q1. What kind of a person is Mme Loisel and why is she always unhappy? मैडम लॉयसेल किस प्रकार की व्यक्ति थी और वह हमेशा नाखुश क्यों रहती थी?

Ans. Matilda was a pretty young lady but she belonged to a poor family. She was married to a clerk. She had great aspirations in life. Her poverty and lack of recognition made her angry and unhappy.

Q2. What kind of a person is her husband? उसका पति किस प्रकार का व्यक्ति था?

Ans. Her husband, M Loisel is an ordinary clerk in the office of the Board of Education. He is a loving and caring husband. who wanted to make his wife happy.

Q3. What fresh problem now disturbs Mme Loisel? मैडम लॉयसेल को अब कौन-सी नई समस्या परेशान कर रही थी? 

Ans. A fresh problem that disturbs Mme Loisel is that she does not have a beautiful jewel to go with her dress that she was supposed to wear at the ball. So, she asks her husband to pass on the invitation to someone else.

Q 4. How is the problem solved? समस्या का समाधान कैसे हुआ?

Ans. Matilda Loisel's husband, M Loisel came to solve Matilda's problem. First, he suggests her to wear fresh flowers. Then, he advises her to borrow jewels from her rich friend, Mme Forestier. Thus, the problem is solved as Mme Forestier lends her a beautiful diamond necklace.

Q 5. What do M. and Mme Loisel do next? एम. और मैडम लॉयसेल ने आगे क्या किया?

Ans. Loisel did everything to find the necklace. M. Loisel went back and searched for the lost necklace. Then, he went to the police and to the cab offices. Also, they put out an advertisement in the newspapers and offered a reward to anyone who finds the necklace. But, all their efforts went in vain.

Q 6. How do they replace the necklace? उन्होंने हार को कैसे बदला ?

Ans. After all other efforts fail, Loisel decided to buy a new identical necklace to replace the lost one. M Loisel gave eighteen thousand Francs that his father had left for him and took a loan for the rest. Then the couple managed to buy the new necklace for thirty six thousand francs and returned it to Mme Forestier.

Q 7. The course of the Loisel's life changed due to the necklace. Comment. लॉयसेल का जीवन हार की वजह से बदल गया। टिप्पणी कीजिए।

Ans. It is true that the necklace changed the course of the Loisel's life. It took the Loisel's ten years to pay back the money they had borrowed to buy the necklace. It changed everything for them. They had to move to the poorest quarters of the city. With no maids or assistance, Matilda had to cook, clean, mend, sew and bargain with the grocer and butcher to save every sou (a french coin of low value) just for their mere survival. The husband had to work in the evening and night to pay their debt.

Q 8. What was the cause of Matilda's ruin? How could she have avoided it? मटिल्डा की बर्बादी का क्या कारण था? वह इससे किस प्रकार बच सकती थी?

Ans. The cause of Matilda's ruin was her over ambitiousness and dissatisfaction from life. She was an extremely beautiful girl who expected too much from life. But unfortunately, she was married to an ordinary man who could not provide her with all the materialistic luxuries. She could have avoided it if she had told the fact to her friend that she had lost the necklace. By hiding the reality, she ruined her life. Moreover, she should have been satisfied with what she had instead of imitating rich people.

Q 9. What would have happened to Matilda if she had confessed to her friend that she had lost her necklace? क्या होता अगर मटिल्डा अपनी दोस्त के सामने कबूल कर लेती कि उसने हार खो दिया था?

Ans. If Matilda had confessed to her friend that she had lost her necklace, she might have been in lesser trouble than what she faced after having replaced the necklace. Her friend would have been angry with her and most probably would have asked Matilda to replace it. She would have given her the details from where she bought the necklace and how much it had cost her. Matilda would thus have known that the jewels in the necklace were not real diamonds. It would have cost her a far lesser amount to replace it. Matilda would thus have saved herself and her husband from all the trouble they went through.

Q 10. If you were caught in a situation like this, how would you have dealt with it? अगर आप ऐसी स्थिति में फँस जाएँ, तो आप इसके साथ कैसे निपटेंगे?

Ans. If I was caught in such a situation, I would have let the truth out and then faced the consequences. Honesty would have been the way out for me.

Q11. The characters in this story speak in English. Do you think this is their language? What clues are there in the story about the language its characters must be speaking in?

कहानी में पात्र अंग्रेजी बोलते हैं। क्या आपको लगता है कि यह उनकी भाषा है? कहानी में कौन-से संकेत पात्रों की भाषा जिसमें वे बोलते हैं, के बारे में इशारा करते हैं?

Ans. Though the characters speak in English, it is not their language.

Maupassant (the author) wrote the story in French and it was translated into English.

The text has enough words in French to prove it otherwise. First, the very names of characters like Mme Loisel, Mme Forestier and the Minister's name George Ramponneau indicate their French origin. Then, the words for currency like 'Franc' and 'Sou' show the same. Also, the shop's location at 'Palais- Royal' and 'Champs-Elysees' point out the French history of the characters and the story.

Q12. Honesty is the best policy. Comment. ईमानदारी सबसे अच्छी नीति है। टिप्पणी कीजिए।

Ans. Honesty is definitely the best policy. Falsehood and hypocrisy seem very attractive and rewarding at first. But, the path they tread on leads to nothing but misery, evil and utter gloom. Honesty, on the contrary, seems to be a difficult choice in pursuit of material happiness. However, it is the only choice for a life of contentment, peace and everlasting happiness.

Q13. We should be content with what life gives us. हमें जिन्दगी में जो है, उसी में सन्तोष करना चाहिए।

Ans. One must learn to live within one's means and be content with what one has. Life is a great mystery. For some, it is all riches, comfort, name and fame. While for others, it is nothing but sheer hunger, poverty, anguish and an everyday quest for bare survival. One may try to improve his lot by honest means but eventually must be at peace with what one manages to have.

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परीक्षा में Supplementary Reader के पाठों से 3 Short Answer Type Questions दिए जाएँगे, जिनमें से किन्हीं 2 के Answer दिए जाने हैं। प्रत्येक प्रश्न के लिए 2 अंक निर्धारित हैं।

Q1. What would Matilda often dream of? मटिल्डा अक्सर क्या सपने देखती थी उद्देश्य?

Ans. Matilda would often dream of all the delicacies, luxuries, elegant dinners, marvellous dishes, beautiful dresses, jewels, adoration and a life of glory.

Q2. Why did Matilda throw the invitation spitefully? मटिल्डा ने आमन्त्रण को गुस्से में क्यों फेंक दिया था?

Ans. Matilda was simply displeased when her husband showed her the invitation. She felt humiliated and threw the invitation spitefully, as she had nothing beautiful enough to wear at the ball.

Q3. Describe Mme Loisel's success at the ball. मैडम लॉयसेल की पार्टी की सफलता की व्याख्या कीजिए।


Do you think Mme Loisel had an enjoyable evening at the ball? Give reasons for your answer.

क्या आपको लगता है कि मैडम लॉयसेल ने पार्टी में आनन्दित शाम का मजा लिया? अपने उत्तर के लिए कारण बताइए।

Ans. Mme Loisel was the centre of attention at the ball. Her beauty, her joy and the gorgeous smile attracted all. She danced happily. Hence, she had a successful enjoyable evening at the ball.

Q4. Why did Matilda leave the ball in a hurry? What does it show about her character?

मटिल्डा ने जल्दबाजी में पार्टी को क्यों छोड़ दिया? यह उसके चरित्र के बारे में क्या दर्शाता है?

Ans. Matilda left the ball in a hurry because she did not want to be seen with the ordinary wrap that she carried. She believed that the poor looks of her wrap contrasted with the elegance of the other ladies, who were wrapping themselves in rich furs. This shows that she only wanted to keep up the appearance just to flatter her pride without being in touch with the real truth of her life.

Q5. What excuse did Loisels put up to explain the delay in returning the necklace?

हार को वापस करने में देरी को समझाने के लिए लॉयसेल ने क्या बहाना बनाया?

Ans. Loisels had lost the necklace and needed time to find an identical one. Thus, Mme Loisel wrote a letter to Mme Forestier with an excuse that the clasp of the necklace had got broken and she needed time to get it repaired.

Q6. How did Loisels manage to pay for the necklace? हार के लिए भुगतान करने के लिए लॉयसेल ने कैसे प्रबन्धन किया?

Ans. To pay for the necklace, M. Loisel had to give away eighteen thousand Francs that his father had left for him and the rest he had to borrow from the usurers. Due to this, they had to spend the rest of their lives in misery and poverty.

Q7. How did Mme Loisel now know the life of necessity? मैडम लॉयसेल को अभाव के जीवन के बारे में कैसे पता चला?

Ans. Mme Loisel now knew the life of necessity when the Loisels lived in poverty to pay off the debt they had taken to return the necklace. They sent off their maid and shifted into an impoverished and poor neighbourhood. Matilda had to cook, clean, wash, mend, bring water and bargain with the butcher as well as the grocer. While her husband worked all

day, evening and night to earn as much money as he could.. 

Q8. Describe Mme Loisel after ten years.

दस साल बाद मैडम लॉयसेल का वर्णन करें।

 Ans. Ten years of poverty and hardship stole away Matilda's youth and beauty. She became a strong and hard woman, who was poorly dressed with untidy hair and red ragged hands. Her skirts were awry (uneven) and she spoke in a loud voice. She had become a commoner who had to do all things by herself.

Q9.Why was Matilda's friend astonished to see her at the end of the story?

मटिल्डा की सहेली उसे कहानी के अन्त में देखकर चकित क्यों हुई?


Why did Jeanne not recognise her friend, Matilda?

जीन ने अपनी दोस्त, मटिल्डा को क्यों नहीं पहचाना? Ans. Jeanne Forestier, Matilda's friend, could not recognise her at the end of the story as she seemed an old and worn out poor woman. Matilda was no longer her former beautiful and joyous self. She had lost her charm and was living an unfortunate life.

Q 10. Comment on the use of irony in the text.

पाठ में विडंबना के प्रयोग पर टिप्पणी कीजिए।


How had the sacrifice of Loisels been in vain? लॉयसेल का बलिदान व्यर्थ कैसे हुआ?

Ans. The irony in the story "The Necklace' is based on the fact that the Loisels spent their ten years in poverty and hard work to replace the lost diamond necklace which turned out to be fake. Thus, all the hard work and sacrifice of the Loisels went in vain when they got to know that the necklace was a cheap imitation and costed only 500 Francs.

Q11. Why do you think M Loisel was a loving husband?

आपको क्या लगता है कि एम लॉयसेल एक प्यार करने वाला पति था

 Ans. M Loisel was a loving husband as he cared about his wife's emotions. He makes her buy a new dress for the party from the money that he had saved for a gun. He also suggests her to borrow some jewels from her rich friend Madame Forestier. When his wife loses her friend's diamond necklace, he helps her in repaying the debt in all possible manner.

Q 12. Why was Matilda unhappy in her early married life?

मटिल्डा अपने शुरुआती वैवाहिक जीवन में दुःखी क्यों थी? 

Ans. Matilda was a pretty married lady who was always unhappy in her life because she always wished to be wealthy. She always dreamt of living a marvellous life full of luxury. But in reality, she belonged to a family of clerks wherein she did not live a luxurious life


परीक्षा में Supplementary Reader के पाठों से 2 Long Answer Type: Questions दिए जाएंगे, जिनमें से किसी 1 का Answer दिया जाना है। के लिए 4 अंक निर्धारित है। प्रश्न

Q1. Matilda wanted to live a life above her status. How did this desire of hers led to her sufferings? मटिल्डा अपनी हैसियत से ऊपर का जीवन जीना चाहती थी। कैसे उसकी यह इच्छा उसके दुःखों का कारण बनी ?

Ans. Mme Loisel belonged to a family of clerks but wanted to live a life above her status. They lived on small income, enough for meeting the basic needs but not to fulfill aspirations. P She got married to a clerk and was so caught up with her dreams of wealth and pleasure that she was out of touch with the truths of her real life. In order to keep up appearances and just to flatter her pride, she blowed up four hundred francs on a gorgeous dress. She also went on borrowing a necklace from her friend. All of this was just to impress the wealthy and the rich with her beauty and glamour (even if on loan). No doubt, her pride was flattered and her wish of fine dining and wearing expensive dresses Q and jewels was satisfied. But it came at a great price.

Unfortunately, the necklace was lost and the couple had to cough up their entire inheritance and borrow as well to A replace it. Repayment of the debt ate away the next ten years of their youth. They lived in utter poverty and had to work very hard to repay the loan. If she had accepted her reality and remained happy with what she had, she would not have suffered so badly..

Therefore, one can say that it was her disposition that led her to doom. 

Q2. Mme Forestier proved to be a true friend. Elucidate.

मैडम फोरस्टियर एक सच्ची मित्र सिद्ध हुई। वर्णन कीजिए। 

Ans. Mme Forestier is a true friend of Mme Loisel. She plays a very vital role in the story. As a friend to Matilda, we find her to be really genuine.

She helps Matilda in the hour of her need. When Mme Loisel needed to borrow jewels, she turned to Mme Forestier. Mme Forestier does not refuse. Displaying her generosity, she opens up the entire case of her jewels for Matilda to choose from. Also, she was considerate when the Loisels delayed the return of the necklace. At the end of the story, she concludes the entire narrative.

Mme Forestier reveals to Matilda that her necklace was just a fake. She is not at all worried in the light of the fact that she may have to return the necklace. It shows her honesty. She was a true friend who, feels bad for Matilda at her unnecessary suffering.

Q3. Was Matilda's dream fulfilled at the ball? Why did all men notice and wanted them to be presented to her? क्या पार्टी में मटिल्डा का सपना पूरा हुआ था? सभी पुरुषों ने उस पर ध्यान क्यों दिया और उससे क्यों मिलना चाहते थे।

Ans. Yes, Matilda's dream was fulifiled at the ball. Matilda always dreamt of grandeur, luxuries and delicacies in her life. She had prepared for the ball so thoroughly as befitted a grand occasion. She didn't want to present a poverty-stricken image of her, amidst rich ladies and gentlemen.

She made her husband buy a new dress for the party. She borrowed a necklace from Madame Forestier to adorn herself like a graceful and distinguished lady. She proved to be a grand success at the ball and her dream was fulfilled. She was the centre of attraction for all ladies as well as men who were present there.

Matilda danced with enthusiasm. She was intoxicated with pleasure as she loved to be admired and appreciated.

At the party, Matilda was the prettiest of all and that is why all the men noticed her. They couldn't avoid the temptation of noticing her and wanted to be presented to her.

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