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Mathilde is introduced by Maupassant in the story as a pretty and charming woman who always dreamed of a life full of luxury and elegance Although she merry a middle class man who is a clerk in the ministry of education her dream instead was on marring a rich and distinguish man who can provide her with a rank in society Her emotions are harm by the frigid reality of walking up every morning to the disturbing truth that her material wants can not be satisfied because of the lack of wealth Mathildes dynamic character changes as the story progress however her true characteristics are shown by the changes from an arrogant and thankless women to a naughty and snooty and finally to a more realistic and humble wifeMathildes way of thinking and acting shows her negative nature How Maupassant starts the story is by describing Mathildes arrogance and thankless of the lifestyle she currently have She was as unhappy as if she had really gone down in the world 5-6 Mathilde cries for not having all the elegance and wealth she always dreamed and thinks that she was born as if by an error of destiny into a family of clerks and copyists 1-2When Mr Loisel acquire the invitation for the party at the chancellor of education for Mathilde his hopes were that she would be delight due to the importance of the event but instead her reaction was spitefully by throwing the invitation to the table and saying what do you expect me to do with this14-15 This shows arrogance and thankless in her character which displays her real feelings for Mr Loisel As mathilde prepares herself for the party and attends the party she shows a more naughty and snooty character When she was debating about her cloths and what to wear to the party mathilde uses a naughty character to pursue Mr loisel to give her four hundred francs for
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