She is the type of person that in order to make herself feel worthy has to taunt, tease and slander someone; she is "simply enameled in American female cruelty" (Hemmingway 1569). She is not able to love, like the other women studied, but because her heart is hardened to it. She now can only hate. Marion hates Charlie because she can see him living the life that she should be living, more than that; she hates him because she blames her sisters death on him.
Judy had fun with men and "was entertained only by the gratification of her desires and by the direct exercise of her own charm" (Dreams 61-2). She optimizes the evils of money and loses all that is attractive about her when tied down to marriage.
For "Margot was too beautiful for Macomber to divorce her and Macomber had too much money for Margot ever to leave him" (Hemmingway 1579). This is a marital «check» to keep each other in a position where they might not be able to leave. From the examples we can see a model rich woman: idle, sinister, bored, and scared, the perfect jezebel. Marion and Charlies relationship in "Babylon Revisited" seems to be the internal conflict between the rich and the poor in the depression.