Babylon Revisited

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Clark
Haley Clark
Hensley
English 11/ Fifth Period
27 February 2018
Part 12: Rough Draft #1: “First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you (Fitzgerald Brainy Quotes).”Fitzgerald wrote many short stories and novels, including the short story “Babylon Revisited,” which describes the exact topic of my paper. Which leads this to say that Fitzgerald goes on as a bit different when it comes to his writing style. He uses just a couple of literary devices to show exactly how he writes. Charlie takes in the difficulty to regain his trust with Marion after what he admits to doing. When F. Scott Fitzgerald writes, “My duty is entirely to Helen, “she said. “I try to think what she would have wanted me to do. Frankly,
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She owns a mental disability and so in that presence Charlie took advantage of her. When Helen got locked outside in the cold she had no choice but to go to Marions to stay. When this happened Marion immediately realized that he surrendered to his addiction and that he rejected his capability of taking care of a child. This explains why Marion acted from then on as the guardian of Honoria. This shows why Marion got so mad at Charlie for what he endured to Helen. Take this quote by Kathleen Wilson and Marie Lazzari in; “A father tries to regain custody of his daughter after the death of his wife, financial disaster in the stock market crash of 1929, and his own battle with alcoholism” (Wilson and Lazzari 8). A lot of people who bid their thoughts on this say that even though Charlie Whales, the father of Honoria, wife of Helen, says he changed and resolved his addiction to not drinking anymore, some still get a feeling of disagreement. Charlie can endure some hardships to face and overcome, but in my point of view he performed this to…show more content…
Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited,” he uses the theme change and transformation and symbols to show how his style of writing acts different. Fitzgerald wrote many short stories and novels, including the short story “Babylon Revisited,” which the reader can see quoted lines in the above paper by not only F. Scott Fitzgerald, but also many other editors of his work. Fitzgerald remains a bit different when it comes to his writing style. He uses just a couple of literary devices to show exactly how he writes. Fitzgerald shows us that being different stands better, what makes fans of his work
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