Desiree's Baby Thesis

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In my opinion, I believe race-mixing does not matter. In fact I believe that if you are deeply in love with someone it does not matter the race or completion of your skin does not matter. Chopin’s “Desiree’s Baby.” Brought up great perspectives upon dominate races having sexual relations. In my perspective on the powerful short story “Desiree Baby” by Kate Chopin she brought up great points on how during slavery, back in the eighteen hundreds when Black African Americans woman was looked at upon as bait by their slave masters. In addition, the African American males would get whipped on or even go to prison just for looking at a Caucasian Woman. Secondly unlike most people who view the mother as in denial towards her race as an African American Women. I believe she was trying to explain to everyone that her baby son was going to grow up with problems facing life because he is African American.” Towards the end of the short story “Desiree Baby” she was writing a note which said “… I thank the good God for having so arranged out our lives that our dear Armand will never know that his mother, who adores him, belongs to the race that is cursed with the brand of slavery.” From my perspective she is saying that she is happy to know that as his mother he does not have to know how it feels to be brand the past of slavery.…show more content…
“Madame Valmonde had never removed her eyes from the child. She lifted it and walked with it over to the window that was lightest.” My perspective when Kate Chapin wrote that sentence to was a deeper meaning behind it besides the mother holding her baby up to the window light. In my opinion she held the mixed-race baby up to the window to see if it is possible for him to pass as Caucasian. In fact just like the Caucasion would place their brown paper bag besides African American Faces to see if they were really
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