Analysis Of Winter Dreams

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Success from effort for wealth unfortunately leads to a regressive success. That is my interruption of “Winter Dreams” By F. Scott Fitzgerald. Now don't mistake my interruption of this book as a epitome of a dietlante student. For i have proof and quotes from the author leading to my dispassionate interruption. Now before i start chronology through the evidence i am going to give a synopsi. The main character dexter, which is the son to the second best grocery store owing Father. While in his capricious stage of life, Dexter has an ambiguous scheme for his career. As he is on the brink of his scheme succeeding through effort, then he gets disheveled by the interplay love for Judy. Which in turns leads the story to a very bleak and for readers…show more content…
“Again, stepping from a Pierce-Arrow automobile, like Mr. Mortimer Jones, he strolled frigidly into the lounge of the Sherry Island Golf Club-- or perhaps, surrounded by an admiring crowd, he gave an exhibition of fancy diving from the springboard of the club raft. . . . Among those who watched him in open-mouthed wonder was Mr. Mortimer Jones (732).” This desire to be the quintessential of Mr. Mortimer Jones was called his winter dream. On a capricious and ambiguous action he walked away from caddying job in desire for his winter dreams. With the exposition explained let's get to the rising…show more content…
Mind you with the traits of a bourgeois man he wanted the best college. “They persuaded Dexter several years later to pass up a business course at the State university--his father, prospering now, would have paid his way--for the precarious advantage of attending an older and more famous university in the East, where he was bothered by his scanty funds. (735)” Conquering college, at age twenty three he went to the city and loaned a thousand dollars. Using that money he bought a partnership as a dilettante laundrier. Just under four years though “he owned the largest string of laundries in his section of the country (735).” As the nirvana state is on the horizon he approaches his climax, unfortunately a short lived climax. Dexter's winter dream was close to success now all he needed was to be the best golfer. Mr. Hart gave him that chance as he handed Dexter “a guest card to the Sherry Island Golf Club for a week-end (735).” Money and now a golfer he thought he had it all and was content. Then a girl he despised when she was young but now “she was arrestingly beautiful

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