Why can't I read "Winter Dreams" when I have a free enotes pass?

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accessteacher | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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I have had to edit your question as it wasn't very clear. Are you trying to access the story of "Winter Dreams" by F. Scott Fitzgerald? I am afraid that you will not be able to locate an online version of the text due to copywright restrictions, which state that any text remains the legal property of an author and his or her descendants for 75 years after their death. This is why some texts by older authors such as Shakespeare or Dickens can be found online and viewed, whereas others, by more recent authors, cannot be found online and viewed.

However, you should be able to access information regarding this short story on the enotes study section of this story, and I have included some links for you below that you should be able to follow to get you started. I hope this helps! If you need to access the text of this excellent short story, try either going to a library or asking an English teacher from your school or college.

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