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What eventual effect does Dexter's obsession with judy and the things she represents have on his life? on the story winter dreams
Weegy: What eventual effect does Dexter's obsession with judy and the things she represents have on his life? on the story winter dreams he realizes that the aspirations he once had for himself are meaningless. [ When Dexter finds out that Judy is old and no longer beautiful and her husband cheats on her, he realizes that everything he's worked for is just "a winter dream" - the idea of something pleasant in the midst of harsh reality. ] (More)
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What eventual effect does Dexter's obsession with judy and the things she represents have on his life? on the story winter dreams
Weegy: Dexter's fixation on the ideal proves to be the most significant obstacle to his happiness. He persists in believing that Judy is an ideal woman, when in reality she is flawed and human. [ Her transformation into a homely housewife etc ] (More)
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Dexter Green probably becomes engaged to Irene Scheerer because of his a. strong love for Irene. c. desire for stability. b. jealous fit over Judy Jones. d. desire for Irene s inheritance.
Weegy: Dexter Green probably becomes engaged to Irene Scheerer because d. desire for Irene's inheritance. (More)
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The following question is based on your reading of “Axolotl” by Julio Cortázar. This story is told in the ______ person point of view. a. first c. third b. second d. fourth
Weegy: “Axolotl” by Julio Cortázar is told in the FIRST person point of view. (More)
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