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What happens to Dexter and Judy’s engagement? a. Dexter breaks off the engagement. b. Dexter reveals that he never intended to marry Judy. c. Judy breaks off the engagement. d. Judy discovers that Dexter is married.
Weegy: The story is Winter Dreams by Scott Fitzgerald. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - What happens to Dexter and Judy's engagement? The answer is C) Judy breaks off the engagement. User: As a teenager, why is Dexter particularly fond of the fall? a. The crisp coolness of the fall inspires him with an urgency to accomplish something before the winter sets in. b. It is the precious time that precedes the long, cold dreariness of the Minnesota winter. c. It is a time that allows him to analyze and synthesize the desires that the summer raises in him. d. The weather is most beautiful during the fall months in the area where he lives. Weegy: As a teenager, Dexter is particularly fond of the fall because, c. It is a time that allows him to analyze and synthesize the desires that the summer raises in him. [ ............ ] User: Who is the most important person to Judy Jones as a young woman? a. her father c. the next man she meets b. Dexter Green d. herself Weegy: a. her father is the most important person to Judy Jones as a young woman. User: Judy’s alternating indifference and attention to Dexter have the effect of a. making him feel confused about what he wants. b. ultimately strengthening his resolve to resist her. c. making her even more desirable to him. d. helping him learn that hard work is the best way to deaden painful feelings. Weegy: Judy’s alternating indifference and attention to Dexter have the effect of: c. making her even more desirable to him. User: Which of the following word pairs describes Judy Jones? a. Sensitive and compassionate c. Uneducated and poor b. Confident and condescending d. Sophisticated and kind (More)
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