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Desiree's Baby Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Armand Aubigny

Armand is a neighbor of the Valmondes. He has inherited his father's plantation along with one of the finest and oldest names in Louisiana. He seems to see the things in his life—Désirée, their child, his slaves—as mere possessions, ones that either reflect well or poorly upon him. His self-interest is easily evidenced in his strict rule of his slaves and his eager acquisition of Désirée. At first, Désirée's influence seems to soften him, and he is kinder to his slaves. She also thinks he is enormously proud of having a boy child—again, a possession that will bear his name. However, upon discovering his child's mixed ancestry, and blaming it on Désirée, Armand cruelly casts aside his wife and son, for they now have no...

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