Unformatted text preview: in-law Marion. Charlie’s Paris experience crashed quickly, much like Babylon. When Charlie comes back to Paris in hopes of retrieving his daughter Honoria, he is forced to “revisit Babylon.” Coming back to Paris, he is haunted by the memories of alcoholism and doing regretful things with his once close friends Lorraine and Duncan. But he must fight of the temptation to return to his sins so he can prove to Marion that he has turned and new leaf and is worthy of his daughter’s custody. Babylon must have appeared to be a very intimidating place to anybody who lived outside of it in its thriving times. To Charlie, after being away from Paris for a few years, his return was full of intimidation. But Charlie, having struggled through so many loses, had matured enough to realize that he need to return to his “Babylon,” just revisit it in hopes to be reunited with his daughter....
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- Spring '09
- Babylon Revisited, story Babylon