In Maupassant’s “The Jewelry,” the author seems to treat morality as something elusive. Once the secret of Madame Lantin’s jewelry is revealed, what details from earlier in the story take on a different significance? How and why might the story’s end – – especially the last paragraph — defy expectations? Do you think that Lantin would have been happier with an unfaithful wife who doted on him, as opposed to a faithful wife who is difficult to get along with? Why or why not?
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