Compose a 1250 words assignment on the stories by kate chopin. Needs to be plagiarism free! Both these stories have tragic, heartbreaking endings and they come across with a vital teaching. In the stories, the protagonists have made decisions that have made the readers regret the (character’s) decision. What led them to such choices and why was it wrong for them is discussed in great detail below. The story “Desiree’s Baby” revolves around a young adopted girl named Desiree. She lives with her foster parents. the Valmonde’s until she gets married to a man, Armand Aubigny, who loves her enough to sideline the anonymity of her origin. Soon after, the couple is blessed with a baby boy and Desiree is extremely satisfied with her life. She claims that Armand had changed for the better after marriage and after his son was born, he seldom gets angry and does not mistreat his Negro servants like before. However, after a few months, the horrifying truth dawns upon Desiree as her child greatly looked like the servants of the house in matters of color. This finding answers her questions to Armand’s cold and indifferent attitude. Armand claimed that Desiree was not white and that she was responsible for the way their child was. Disappointed and struck by grief, Desiree leaves her husband and disappears with her child. In the end of the story, Armand finds out in a letter written by his mother to his father thanking God that her son doesn’t know that his mother “belongs to the race that is cursed with the brand of slavery.” The other story is about a young woman, Louise Mallard, whose husband, Brently Mallard, dies in a train accident. She is informed about his death by her sister Josephine, who in turn was informed by Mr Mallard’s friend Richards. After knowing that she is a widow, she locks herself in the room and waits for the grief to take over her. While sitting in the chair, looking out the window, Louise starts to think about what awaits in her life. While assessing the tough, lonely, journey ahead, she instead finds out that she has finally been freed. Even though she loved her husband, she was now independent and the shackles of being under constant check were gone. She accepts this new thought of freedom and it fills her inner self with newly found joy. When she goes downstairs with her sister, she finds her husband standing there unscathed, unaware of the train accident that took place. Mrs. Mallard dies and the doctors claim that she died out of happiness. Both stories reflect on some serious misunderstandings and highly inappropriate decisions that caused regret in the end. In the “Desiree’s Baby”, we notice that Armand’s character lacks strength and wisdom. He is deluded with one-minded ferocity and he fails to weigh his decisions before implementing them. When he proposed to Desiree, Mr. Valmonde made it very clear that Armand should think about how nobody knows the origin of Desiree, on the account of her being adopted. Instead, Armand got carried away with how much he loved her and it did not matter whether she had a surname or not, hence we see that being extremely emotional is a trait of Armand’s character. On the other hand, in the story of one hour, we see that Louise Mallard is faced by sudden tragic news of the demise of her husband. In the given scenario, a person is most likely to lose rational train of thought and does or thinks absurd stuff. As surprising as her conclusions were to finding independence and freedom, Louise’s character can be given the benefit of the doubt, because one does not know whether and if these absurd conclusions were conjured in her mind due to the sudden grief. . .