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Race has been an important factor in western history especially American history Race was the infamous issue why the Civil was occurred and it left America in an obscure burden for centuries Race has always caused an issue if the person is dark skin in often cases they get negativity from society and if a person is light skin then they get more of a praise and well-treatment In the story of Desirees baby not only conveys the message of a relationship that falls apart due to race adversity but also the irony the story has towards the end The story begins with a narration of the author telling the story of Madame Valdomore and how she is driving over to go see Desirees baby in which the reader can immediately infer that he is the daughter of Madame The story turns into the author narrating a flashback form Madame and how Desiree was just a baby a few years go Then the story then transitions into a short summary of Desirees childhood the author has not yet introduced us Desiree but we already know her backgroundDesiree is an orphan that was left by some Texans that were passing by and left her in which Madame Valdomore picked up and decided to raise her As Desiree was growing up no one knew her ethnic background and Monsieur Valdomore always wondered the girls obscure origin They did not really mind it because she grew up to be a beautiful young womanDue to her beautifulness she often grabbed attention form the boys but one particular boy grabbed her attention his name was Armand The author gives us an overview of what is Armands background and he is a man that has just come from Paris but born originally in the US but due to the death of his mother he migrated to Paris and studied over there Then he returned to the US to take care
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