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  • Judy And Dexter Fall In Love
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    English Study: Discussing Winter Dreams as a Love Story Winter Dreams, by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a classic love story. It includes all of the stereotypical parts and moments weve come to expect from years of watching movies and from television. Every love story has a hero, the one person we route for and believe is the good guy. The hero will usually come from a poor family or has a set back of some sort keeping him from the heroine. In Winter Dreams, our hero is Dexter Green, son of the owner o...
  • Beginning For The Great Gatsby
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    Jeremy A. Griffin Fitzgerald Literary Analogy Winter Dreams hits closer to home. In fact, it is one of the few Fitzgerald stories obviously set in and around White Bear Lake, the summer playground of Saint Paul's elite. Dexter Green first encounters Judy Jones when he is caddying at her club. He quits on the spot because he realizes that she sees him as a servant, and he quite consciously begins to make something of himself in order to earn her approval. The little girl who had done this was ele...
  • Judy Jones In Winter Dreams By Fitzgerald
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    "Winter Dreams" by F. Scott Fitzgerald Characterization is defined as a method used by an author to reveal a character's appearance or personality. The characterization of one or more characters can be a very important aspect in a story. I t may help develop the plot of the story, or it even may help set the mood of the story. In "Winter Dreams", Fitzgerald elaborately characterizes Judy Jones through her actions and through the thoughts of Dexter Green. It all started when a little girl, by the...
  • Dexter And Finn
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    Dreams and Expectations The story "Winter Dreams" and the movie Great Expectations (based on the book by Charles Dickens) both tell rite-of-passage tales about men in search of beauty and wealth. The stories both begin when the men are boys and fall in love at first sight with girls who are as stunning as they are pretentious. These girls become the symbols of the great quest for beauty, the great journey in search of a top-notch spot within America's social hierarchy. These girls also become wo...
  • End Of Dexter's Dream
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    Dexter's dream that begins, then flourishes, but becomes unattainable in the end, exemplifies F. Scott Fitzgerald's corrupt idea of the typical American Dream. Society as a whole believes the American Dream consists of the freedom of individuality, material wealth, better landscape, and religious idealism. They look for the idealistic concept of what they want it to convey, rather than what it actually is. "Winter Dreams" portrays different thoughts of Fitzgerald's, particularly from events that...

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