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    Both “Babylon revisited” and “roman fever” are, to a large extent, about characters unable to escape their pasts. Which character, Charlie Wales or Alida Slade, is more responsible, finally, for the manner in which their past catches up to them? NAME: INSTITUTION: Both “Babylon revisited” and “roman fever” are, to a large extent, about characters unable to escape their pasts. Which character, Charlie Wales or Alida Slade, is more responsible, finally, for the manner in which their past catches

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    F. Scott Fitzgerald is a notorious modernist author during the 20th century. In particular, his work ,“ Babylon Revisited”(published in 1930), is a short story concerning a disorganized American set in France(Charlie) who deals with sobriety after the stock market crash of 1929. Charlie is modestly trying to gain custody of his daughter (Honoria) to compensate for immature decisions of the past. Ernest Hemingway was also a prominent American author of the modernist movement. He is famous for his

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    impassioned American youth, F. Scott Fitzgerald dealt with the effects a self-absorbed lifestyle can have on a spirit and a society in his work “Babylon Revisited.” Though Fitzgerald’s literary works did not become success or popular till after his death, Fitzgerald is now considered one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. In “Babylon Revisited,” Fitzgerald tells Charles J. Wales’ journey in the lovely city of Paris by furnishing a detailed setting. Fitzgerald opens the story of Wales

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    In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Babylon Revisited, Charlie is considered a tragic figure. A tragic figure is a protagonist (main character) that does not overcome his or her conflict in the story. For Charlie, his main goal in his trip to Paris is to get his daughter, Honoria, back. Honoria lives with Charlie’s sister and brother in law, Marion and Lincoln. At the end of the story, Charlie fails to get his daughter back. Charlie is the tragic hero because he suffered a fail – both economically and

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    “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald teaches the reader that the past can affect the future. The main character, Charles Wales, is a man who lost the custody of his child due to alcoholism and whose wife has died. The story starts off this his new start, he rarely drinks and is set to be a better person and have his daughter (Honoria) in his life once more. Charles, who is also addressed as Charlie, comes back to the city of Paris where he once has partied and surely the memories of his past

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    “Babylon Revisited” is a heart felt, beautifully delicate exploration of success, failure and redemption. F. Scott Fitzgerald uses his main character Charlie Wales’ past, present, and desired future to paint a portrait of the things that he feels are the most important in life. Success is examined through the actions of Charlie and his wife during the height of their wealth and the strain that it can cause. Failure is unfolded in Charlie’s loss of wealth and family and finally, redemption is explored

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    Writing Techniques of Shorty Story Authors Compared: Joyce and Fitzgerald “Araby” by James Joyce and “Babylon Revisited” are both stories written to convey everyday reality and truths of the narrator’s life. William Faulkner said during his Nobel Prize acceptance speech that an author “must not leave any room in his workshop for anything but the verities and truths of the heart”. How do these particular authors write embracing Faulkner’s opinion to convey everyday life truths and realities? James

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    ​A family is the most important thing that an individual possesses as they are the foundation of whom the person is, and who they will become. This is especially true if the individual lives far from where the family resides. In Babylon Revisited, this is the case. Charlie Wales lives in Prague, Czechoslovakia; while, his daughter, Honoria, lives in Paris, France with her uncle and aunt. However, their unconditional love is so immense that no distance or time apart can break such. In this paper,

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    world around them there were many authors that came forth. One such author was F. Scott Fitzgerald, who was probably one of the greatest American authors of the twentieth century. One of his many stories that was of interest within class was “Babylon Revisited”. Within the story it goes over the life of a man who has recently come off of being a drunk and is in the midst of attempting to get his daughter back. He had made the mistake of locking his wife out after a fight between the two in a bar, and

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