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The Necklace (Grade 9)

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The Necklace

At the beginning of the story, Mme. Loisel's unhappiness is due to a contrast between:
  1. what she has and what she wants.
  2. what she once had and what she has now.
  3. what she wants and what her husband wants.
  4. what she's been promised and what she's received.
At the beginning of the story The Necklace the main character Mme Loisel dreams about being...
  1. loved.
  2. famous.
  3. independent.
  4. rich and stylish.
How does the author's young daughter feel about clothes?
  1. She is proud of always having what is in fashion.
  2. She is much more carefree than the author was.
  3. She is obsessed with trying to be different.
  4. She feels the same way the author did as a child.
Why does not having jewelry or fancy things bother Mr. Loisel?
  1. He despises jewelry.
  2. He is very frugal.
  3. He understands it's how it is.
  4. He does not love his wife.
Mme. Loisel was excited about the invitation to the party.
  1. True
  2. False
How can you tell Mr. Loisel loves his wife?

Which phrase best describes a theme from the novel?
  1. Appearances are deceiving.
  2. Wealth is everything.
  3. Husbands should please their wives.
  4. Money brings happiness.
Which word best describes Mme. Loisel?
  1. Ugly
  2. Poor
  3. Envious
  4. Happy
What is ironic about the necklace Mme. Loisel borrows?

What was Mr. Loisel saving for?
  1. A necklace
  2. A gun
  3. A car
  4. A suit
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