Winter Dreams: A Reflection of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Life

There are several examples in the story Winter Dreams that reflects on F. Scott Fitzgerald life. According to biography. Com, a website with biographies on famous people’s lives, Fitzgerald grew up in Minnesota, and during the beginning of Dexter Green’s life, he lived in Minnesota. “In the fall when the days became crisp and gray, the long Minnesota winter shut down like the white lid of a box, Tester’s skis moved over the snow that hid the fairways of the golf course” (Fitzgerald).

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