Posts Tagged Babylon Revisited

Embracing Structure as a Tool for Your Story

In architecture, there’s an expression: form follows function.  This means that the way something is used dictates the shape of the building (or components of it). So, for example, stairs on a stair case are designed the way they are so that they can function the way they are supposed to: to allow a person […]

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Crafty Use of Point of View in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited.”

Crafty Use of Point of View in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited.” by Brad Windhauser Told in five sections, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited” makes use of its structure and point of view in order to align us with the protagonist, Charlie.  Although Charlie has made a lot of “mistakes” in his life, the author […]

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