How Is True Love Depicted In Desiree's Baby, By Kate Chopin

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“That child is not white; it means that you are not white”, (Desiree’s Baby, 3) This quote shows how Armand was being very unloving and not supportive towards his true love. The way he was being torn their relationship apart in a way it couldn’t be fixed. In “Desiree’s Baby”, Kate Chopin shows how true could be torn apart in the 19th century just like in modern days, interracial couples face the same prejudices. True love is a big deal in relationships now and days, even back in the 19th century. They say true love is when two people are madly in love with each other. No matter what they go through, or no matter how hard their relationship gets with each other. They can work it out and get through anything because of how madly in love they …show more content…
All you wanna do is spend every minute and every second with them. It means you will never get tired of being with that person in any way. It shows how madly in love he was with her. He didn’t care about how she looked or where she came from, even if she didn’t have whatever all the other girls had. Just like he said “Armand looked into her eyes and did not care, even if she was nameless” (Desiree’s Baby Summary). It shows how even if she wasn’t the prettiest girl, he still wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. He never loved any other girl as much as he loved her. That’s why they got married and had a baby together to start their own little family. Reading this story made me realize what it’s like to have a true love. You can learn what true love means just by reading their story, you don’t even have to look it up. Having a kid made them love each other more and more than what they were before. Loving each other since they were kids and growing up to marrying each other and have a kid is just amazing. Desiree’s and Armand relationship was a true definition of true love until that one little problem just tore their relationship apart for good. (Desiree’s