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She is even at one point insinuated as a doll. Something pretty that Dexter can look at and play with, he sees her as he wants to see her. When one has a strong determination to pursue a certain outcome for his dream and the end result is an undesirable one, it can be difficult to deal with. “Like Dexter most of Fitzgerald male characters celebrate the ideal at the expense of real. Only the world of illusion can sustain their emotional intensity; only in dreams can they shut out the sometimes terrifying everyday world. “(Dictionary of literary biography, volume 9) Dexter set his heart and mind on Judy, though she wrought gave him grief.
The dream he had, one that ought to have brought him only joy, instead resulted in sadness and pain. It reached the point in which he joined the war as a way of escape from all the different emotions he had been feeling. “The contradictions he experienced and put into fiction heightened the implications of the dream for individual lives: the promises and possibilities, violations and corruptions of those ideals of nationhood and personality dreamed into being” (F. Scott Fitzgerald evolving American Dream) All things never last forever, they change.
What you may have set up as your perfect ideal of the American dream can easily be knocked down. A dream that can be so big and you think will be everlasting can slip away in a blink of an eye. Dexter goes on to be successful in business and then on Wall Street. That’s where he hears that Judy married a man who mistreats her and that her beauty has faded, just like the American Dream can fade away to. At one time people’s original American Dream was to reach a spiritual level closer to God.