Her writing is classified in the literary movement know as Realism.
Not everyone is supposed to be rich and not everyone is supposed to be poor. Kate Chopin did produce an excellent example of Realism literature with her use of irony in this story. She has learnt to live within her means despite the fact that she is even poorer than in the beginning when she was whining about everything in her life and yet she had enough to sustain her.
After a night of elegance, Mathilde finds that in all her haste to hurry home before the magical evening was spoiled by someone finding out about her true social class, she misplaces the necklace she borrowed. I constantly ask myself why someone like he had to go so soon, but I know that in his short time, he lived a fulfilling life and put smiles on the faces of many people.
It was written by a famous writer named Guy De Maupassant. A very strange thing then happens to her when she is forced to pay for a new very expencive necklace to replace the one she lost. As the story progresses, we realize that neither household is dignified.
Basically, her old emotion of wanting people to view her as something she was not a rich society woman overtook and forced her to contort into a frightened woman who wanted to conceal her true identity.
In every other way, other than the theatre and her jewelry, M. She fantasizes of unattainable riches which causes her to view her life as being drab and dull. Her father died when she was only four years old, which left her mother and grandmother to raise, and shape her desires and ideologies Charters