There are many similarities between the poem and painting. Like the description of Lady Shalott, her clothing, and the setting. All you need to do is find the descriptions from the poem and match it with the painting. Hope this helped!
Answer: D. Harsh realities put an end to daydreams.
In the short story, The Necklace, we learn about Madame Mathlide Loisel who was married to a clerk in the Ministry of Public Instruction. He was not very rich and she did not like that very much for she was always day dreaming about life as a rich person with pleasures that rich people enjoy.
After she borrows a necklace from a friend and subsequently losses it, she and her husband spend 10 years trying to replace the debt they incurred in trying to replace the necklace.
She becomes noticeable aged from hard work and poverty and this new life of hers has put an end to the day dreams that she used to have of a wealthy lifestyle.
Answer: Print Sources: Print sources clearly indicate who the author is, what organization(s) he or she is affiliated with, and when his or her work was published. Internet Sources: Authorship and affiliations are difficult to determine on the Internet. Some sites my have author and sponsorship listed, but many do not. Print sources, those that have published in a hard copy such as books or newspapers, typically have the benefit of some type of quality control prior to publication. Web sources, materials that can be found on the Internet, are not necessarily checked for accuracy before the information is put online.
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