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Babylon Revisited Author F Scott Fitzgerald wrote the story Babylon Revisited He was a successful author during the Great Depression and the Stock Market Crash managing to make 40000 plus a year In 1939 his reputation and income went downhill and eventually in 1940 he died He lived a life much like the characters he wrote about especially that of Charlie Wales In this story there is a man named Charlie Wales that has come to regain the custody of his daughter Honoria and the big question is should he get it In most cases there is rarely a time when a man wants to take full responsibility for his actions especially when it comes to children Charlie Wales is a man that has turned away from his God given privilege to be a father After realizing what he has done he makes a change in his life and wants to come back and take care of his daughter I believe even though Charlie Wales lived an unpredictable lifestyle at one point he should still be able to raise his daughter Despite what some may believe being the biological parent of a child has a lot of value Charlie Wales realized that his life wouldnt be complete without his daughter He didnt want to miss out on her childhood which is the most influential part of a persons life Honoria wants to live with her father and cant wait for the day when she will be able to As she says Daddy I want to come and live with you I love you better than anybody And you love me better than anybody dont you1871 I dont think it would be right to take away the only immediate family that Honoria has left Everyone should have a sense of family and be able to interact with their immediate family Charlie has removed himself from Babylon and become more of a real man He has
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