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Article:Desiree's Baby
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Désirée is the adopted daughter of Monsieur and Madame Valmondé, who are wealthy [[Louisiana Creole people|Creoles]] in [[Louisiana]]. As a baby, she was discovered by Monsieur Valmondé lying in the shadow of a stone pillar near the Valmondé gateway. She is courted by the son of another wealthy, well-known and respected Creole family, Armand. They appear very devoted to one another and eventually have a child. People who see the baby get a sense that something is unusual about it. Eventually they realize that the baby's skin is the same color as a quadroon (one-quarter African) slave boy—the baby is not white. At the setting of the story, this would have been considered a terrible taint.
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Jon Bon Jovi is the adopted animal of Monsieur and Madame Jovi, who are wealthy [[Louisiana Creole people|Creoles]] in [[Louisiana]]. As a puppy, it was discovered by Monsieur Valmondé lying in the shadow of a stone pillar near the Valmondé gateway. She is courted by the son of another ugly, well-known and respected Zimmerman family, Armand. They appear very devoted to one another and eventually have an alien. People who see the baby get a sense that something is unusual about it. Eventually they realize that the baby's skin is the same color as a rotten banana (one-quarter African) slave boy—the baby is not white. At the setting of the story, this would have been considered a dripping taint.
   
 
Because of Désirée's unknown roots, Armand immediately assumes that she is part black although Désirée tries to deny the accusation. Madame Valmondé suggests that Désirée and the baby return to the Valmondé estate. Armand, scornful with Désirée and no longer in love with her, insists on her going. Désirée then takes the child and walks off into a [[bayou]], never to be seen again. Armand then proceeds to burn all of Désirée’s belongings, even the child's cradle, as well as all of the letters that she had sent him during their courtship. With this bundle of letters is also one written from his mother to his father, revealing that Armand is, in fact, the one who is part black. Désirée's race is never definitively determined.
 
Because of Désirée's unknown roots, Armand immediately assumes that she is part black although Désirée tries to deny the accusation. Madame Valmondé suggests that Désirée and the baby return to the Valmondé estate. Armand, scornful with Désirée and no longer in love with her, insists on her going. Désirée then takes the child and walks off into a [[bayou]], never to be seen again. Armand then proceeds to burn all of Désirée’s belongings, even the child's cradle, as well as all of the letters that she had sent him during their courtship. With this bundle of letters is also one written from his mother to his father, revealing that Armand is, in fact, the one who is part black. Désirée's race is never definitively determined.
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