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30 August, 04:31

Are Dexter's values and ideas influenced by the times in which he lives, or would his feelings for Judy Jones be the same in any era?

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  1. 30 August, 04:59
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    Neither did the values and ideas of Dexter were influenced by the times nor his feelings for Judy Jones changed.

    Explanation:

    "Winter Dreams" is a short story written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The story iis about Dexter's dream and pursuit of Judy Jones and her rejection to him.

    Dexter met Judy Jones first time at the golf club in Black Bear Lake, when Judy was eleven-years-old. He fall in love with her, and he pursued her. Judy belonged to a rich family, and she had many other beaus as well.

    Dexter and Judy were separated for eighteen months and engaged. But Judy came back to Dexter, only to break his dreams once again. Dexter called off his marriage and again left alone when Judy left him.

    Till the end of the story, the readers can find that Dexter's love for Judy never changed. Dexter's love for Judy was neither influenced by the values and ideas of the time nor did it changed. It remained the same over years.
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