Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald

Winter Dreams

what is the significance of the title? Why do you think fitzgerald used winter and not spring or fall? in what ways do the seasons affect dexter's outlook on life?


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Spring is usually the season when men think of love and the opposite sex. For Dexter, all his daydreams take place in winter. Fitzgerald seems to like this juxtaposition. He likes the colder aspects of his title when put in context of young love and renewal.