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Winter Dreams worksheet--Examples

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Name ________________________________________ Block _____ Date________
Winter Dreams, by: F. Scott Fitzgerald
Page #
Textual Evidence: Social Status
731
“…defeated Mr. T.A. Hedrick in a marvelous match played a hundred times over in his mind”
733
“He wanted not association with glittering things and glittering people, he wanted the
glittering things themselves”
737
After starting to make a little bit of money: “…he was impressed by the tremendous
superiority he felt toward Mr. T.A. Hedrick, who was a bore and not even a good golfer
anymore”
Name ________________________________________ Block _____ Date________
Winter Dreams, by: F. Scott Fitzgerald
Page #
Textual Evidence: Love
733
“Dexter stood perfectly still, his mouth slightly ajar…” –Staring at Judy, enthralled
734
“He had received a strong emotional shock, and his perturbation required a violent and
immediate outlet.” –Dexter quits his caddy job impulsively because of Judy