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14 April, 04:19

Which best explains Mathilde's misery at the start of "The Necklace"? Question options:

Madame Forestier never comes to visit her.

Her husband is cruel to her.

She lives in total poverty and debt.

She feels as if she deserves more than she has.

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  1. 14 April, 04:54
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    Hi,

    Which best explains Mathilde's misery at the start of "The Necklace"?

    Madame Forestier never comes to visit her. (Incorrect)

    Her husband is cruel to her. (FALSE)

    She lives in total poverty and debt. (Nope)

    She feels as if she deserves more than she has. (Correct)

    The reason its D is because her husband works but dosent earn as much as he should. His wife thinks that she is and elegant wife and she thinks she needs everything and should deserve everything, which isn't true.
  2. 14 April, 05:25
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    I had this same question, the answer is "She feels as if she deserves more than she has."
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