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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 Please select the best answer from the choices provided
Weegy: The next man she meets is the most important person to Judy Jones as a young woman. (More)
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When Dexter Green first meets Judy Jones, she is about to beat her nurse. The reader learns that Dexter believes Judy may be justified in beating the nurse. What does this tell the reader? a. Judy is a moral child. c. Judy is unusually weak for a girl. b. Dexter is enthralled with Judy. d. Dexter has no sense of right and wrong. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
Weegy: It is d. Dexter has no sense of right and wrong. 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 Please select the best answer from the choices provided Weegy: d. herself Please select the best (More)
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n F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Winter Dreams", 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: D. helping him learn that hard work is the best way to deaden painful feelings. User: What eventual effect does Dexter’s obsession with Judy and the things she represents have on his life? a. He works hard to become wealthy, successful, and respected. b. He loses his ability to experience and enjoy the passions and joys of life. c. He builds his life around the illusion that she will someday be his. d. He realizes that the aspirations he once had for himself are meaningless. Please select the best answer from the choices provided Weegy: The answer is b. He loses his ability to experience and enjoy the passions and joys of life. Thanks! (More)
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