The Storm, Desiree's Baby And The Story Of An Hour

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Can Love Conquer all Obstacles

People say love can conquer all obstacles but that simply isn't true. Love is a form of affection but so is sex and marriage. Showing affection doesn't mean you can solve a situation or problem and just end it with that. Having love, sex and marriage isn't enough to maintain a healthy relationship. We can see examples of love not being effective in the stories The Storm, Desiree’s Baby and The Story of an Hour. True love doesn't always prevail and we have seen it happen multiple times throughout history and/our maybe even our lives. Love can fade and it can be faked or even unconditional and that can lead to both positive and negative affects. In the story The Storm p(84) it said that “Calixta seemed
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People have changed the value of marriage altogether by treating it as if it's nothing important when it's supposed to be something sacred. In the story The Story of an Hour p(58 ) it says “There was a feverish triumph in her eyes, and she carried herself unwittingly like a goddess of Victory” this is how Mrs.Mallard felt after she had been told that her husband had died. She was happy that she was no longer restrained from her commitment to her husband and she felt free. She felt this way because she was p(57) “She was Young” and therefore not prepared for the commitment and felt restrained. In the story Desiree’s Baby p(73) it said “Armand Aubigny riding by and seeing her there, had fallen in love with her” this means that while riding his horse Armand had fallen in love with her and so after they married. Soon after he figures out that Desiree has African ancestry and he thought that p(76 ) “ Almighty God had dealt cruelly and unjustly with him”. He had married her yet he overlooked his marriage, love and family only because he believed she and his child were not white so he ordered them to