Babylon Revisited

by F Scott Fitzgerald · Advanced

In this story, Fitzgerald follows a recovering alcoholic in his attempts to get his daughter back from his unsympathetic sister-in-law. The writer well knew the disorder that drink can cause in life from personal experience. It was a theme he returned to again and again, but in this story he’s fighting for the only thing he really loves (4,935 words).

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