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English Study Discussing Winter Dreams as a Love StoryWinter 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 televisionEvery 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 of the second best grocery store in Black Bear As we find out Dexter is a caddie to the more wealthy men we immediately know his social standing The typical good mannered young boy who dreams of one day being wealthy enough to have his own caddie and expectedly falls in love with a more wealthy and beautiful girl who all the men urn for Then just as expected the fateful first meeting occurs and the two destined lovers meet for the first time There was a general ungodliness in the way her lips twisted down at the corners when she smiled and in the- Heaven help us- in the almost passionate quality of her eyes 360 Even though he has not yet fallen in love with her he notices her beauty in this the most important first meeting Dexter realizes that if he caddies for the young Judy Jones he will never be able to have her Caddying would show his lower social standing and therefore in her mind he would not have a chance What are you standing there like a dummy for Go pick up the young ladys clubs 361 To which Dexter responds I think Ill quit 361 He chooses to quit rather than caddy perhaps not only because of Judy but for his own dreams of becoming successful at this point our hero has only seen the heroine and
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