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Return to Babylon - Investigation "He would come back some day; they could not make him cover forever. But he wanted his kid, and nothing was much good today, beside that fact. He was not young any more, with a lot of nice thoughts and fantasies to have by himself. He was absolutely sure Helen wouldn't have desired him to be so lonely." The final paragraph in the story shows how much Charlie adored his daughter, and also how much he wants her to complete his life. Back in "Babylon Revisited" Charlie was treated unfairly and should have won the prosecution of Honoria. Charlie's sorrow of the way he lived in the past is proved repeatedly throughout the story and in spite of all the hardship of losing his wife and daughter, Charlie was still able to place his life back together. The mistakes he made previously were not his or her fault; there was a difficulty in the stock exchange that put a significant burden on his shoulders. He's performed more than sufficient to show Marion that he has changed and can be capable of focusing on Honoria. However, the narrative may also be somewhat biased considering that the narrator might not be a dependable person. Additionally, there are certain conditions in the story, which queries Charlie's cares about just how much he has changed. Charlie's love for Honoria is the biggest motive for him to regain her custody. Through the narrative, Charlie has expressed just how much he loves Honoria and how much he wants her in his or her life. Honoria also conveys just how much she loves her daddy and just how much she misses him. She tells her father more than once that she would rather live with him than with her Aunt Marion. To separate a father and daughter from each other is equally devastating and cruel. It is a challenge to understand why Marion wouldn't allow Charlie have Honoria, when Honoria conveys so much love for her father. "From behind the maid who opened the door darted a lovely little girl of nine who shrieked 'Daddy!' And flew upward, fighting like a fish, right into his arms. She pulled his head around by one ear and then set her cheek against his. 'My old pie,' he said 'Oh, daddy, dad, daddy, dads, dads, dads!' The narrator does not hesitate to demonstrate just how much Honoria and Charlie care for each other. Though Honoria was only a small girl, growing up without a dad remains harsh. However her love for Charlie is unconditional, and also questions in the past aren't brought up. Their strong connection is alm...