What is the meaning of the title "Winter Dreams" by F. Scott Fitzgerald?

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It is important to realise the repeated reference made to the seasons and how they impact Dexter Fletcher. The season of winter, which actually gives Dexter a feeling of "profound melancholy," becomes associated with his intense desire to attain the kind of golden, magical life that he feels the wealthy live. It is Judy of course that is the symbol of this...

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