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Guy de Maupassant - "The Necklace" This essay highlights three cases of irony used in the story.
Throughout Guy de Maupassant's "The Necklace," irony is used to add to the story. There are many obvious cases of irony in this story, three of which will be discussed. This story is a situational irony written in 1884. The story was written in a time when there were very distinct social classes, primarily determined by one's birth. It is about a woman who cannot come to terms with her position in the middle class. Although she knows she cannot escape her class, she refuses to accept it gracefully. It is through Matilde that Maupassant develops the story's irony.
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- Guy de Maupassant - "The Necklace" This essay highlights three cases of irony used in the story.
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