What larger message does “Babylon Revisited” reveal about forgiveness and regret?

GIVEN that Fitzgerald allows us to sympathize (or at least to understand…) both Charlie and Marion’s respective positions, what larger message does “Babylon Revisited” reveal about forgiveness and regret?

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