Most of her fiction is set in Louisiana and most of her work focuses on the lives of intelligent women. Or maybe this feeling is being experienced by an adult who is having economical or social issues.
One found to be of mixed blood would be outcast from the community. Marxism is seen throughout the story and it is obviously seen if you are giving some examples.
From the beginning the reader can see that Armand Aubigny is a very passionate man. Maternal love and all the grief from losing loved ones were to be an attribute to the writing proficiency of this literary artist. James contributed knowingly realism, particularly in his persistence that writers will be allowed freedom of independence in presenting their judgment of the world Given this inconsistency and volatility, explain why Desiree might love Armand, and explain why Armand is so inconsistent in his emotions and treatment of others.
The narrator, whose character or relationship to the story never receives any discussion, is a seemingly all-knowing observer of the situation. She thinks back on her memories of Desiree as a baby: "It made her laugh to think of Desiree with a baby. Armand, a man who came from one of the proudest families in Louisiana had fallen for a woman