Armand In Desiree's Baby

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Armand 's character significantly changes throughout the story and the way he treats his slaves is directly related to his own personal happiness. Stated in "Desiree 's Baby," Armand changed significantly from the moment he fell in love with Desiree: "What Désirée said was true. Marriage, and later the birth of his son had softened Armand Aubigny’s imperious and exacting nature greatly," (Chopin, pg. 510). His happiness is something that changes his personality on the treatment of his slaves, but after three months pass by and he sees the difference in his child his temperament changes to: "the very spirit of Satan seemed suddenly to take hold of him and his dealings with the slaves," (511). Depending on his disposition Armand was a gentle
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