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https://marycudahyewrt1a.files.wordpress.com/2013/…In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s famous short story, ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ the issue of aging is fundamentally turned on its head. Traditionally, we think of gray hair, whiskers and wrinkles as outwards signs of chronological age. Similarly, we always assume that a baby or a toddler is under two years of age. Neither of these holds true for Mr. Button. The question I am posing here is both philosophical and metaphorical:What is the point of having a protagonist age in reverse? What does it ask us to consider about our world, our lives, our interactions with others? How can you connect this ‘science fiction’ to the real world? What might it help us understand about our own lives? Be creative in your answer. （400 words）