Winter Dreams Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
The Golf Course
The Sherry Island Golf Course is probably the most obvious symbol in "Winter Dreams." When we think about golf, we think about money. Belonging to a country club is a long-standing sign of privileg...
During the cold Minnesota winters (and we mean cold – trust us), when the golf course is frozen over and Dexter can't interact with the upper class people he envies, all he has left are his winte...
The East Coast vs. the Midwest
In a lot of ways, Fitzgerald uses "Winter Dreams" to comment on the American myth of the self-made man. He's basically saying, yes, it is possible for an American to come from nowhere and make tons...
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