F. Scott Fitzgerald's short story "Winter Dreams" and his book The Great Gatsby, it could be argued that there were many similarities between the two stories. In "Winter Dreams", a youthful caddie named Dexter meets a beautiful rich girl whom he had met many years before. Dexter exaggerates is wealth in order to impress her. However, she marries a very rich and abusive husband. She became abused and unattractive, Dexter looses all hope in gaining
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feels that it is necessary to hide his true identity from the rich (who themselves wish to associate only with other rich people). Finally, there's the futility of a poor man wishing to be loved by an aristocrat who will not associate herself with a man beneath her social class. It is evident that there are strong similarities between these two stories. F. Scott Fitzgerald's short story Winter Dreams and his book The Great Gatsby.