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1. Lines 1–5: What is Dexter’s motivation for being a caddy? How does this make Dexter different from some of the other caddies?- Dexter’s motivation for being a caddy is so he can get pocket money (line 5). Dexter is different from other caddies because his way of living is much wealthier than others, his father owns the second-best grocery store and others are living in one-bedroom houses (lines 1-3).

2. Lines 6–13: Infer when Dexter prefers to be on the golf course. What evidence supports your inference?-He prefers to be on the golf course because it brings him a feeling of “profound melancholy” during winter. The way he compares the “gay colors fluttering in the summer” to the “desolate sandboxes in the winter.”

3. Lines 16–36: How does Dexter feel during the 4 seasons? Provide textual evidence.-           

4. Lines 37–43: What does Mr. Jones think of Dexter’s caddying skills? What is the first reason Dexter gives Mr. Jones for quitting?- Jones thinks Dexter’s caddying skills were the best he’s ever seen. The first reason he gives Mr. Jones for quitting is because he’s too old.

5. Lines 62–67: Infer the image Judy wants to project and the character trait that it suggests.- Judy wants to project that she is sick and doesn’t want to talk to him, and her character trait suggest that she is not wanting to speak to Dexter (lines 64-66

6. Lines 85–91: Examine the three times Judy addresses Dexter in these lines. Infer Judy’s attitude toward Dexter.-           

7. Lines 120–125: How did the nurse refer to Dexter?  How did the nurse’s comment and Judy’s reaction to Dexter’s response make him feel? What character trait would cause him to feel that way?

8. Lines 162–167:  Infer Dexter’s goals both as a caddy and business owner.

9. Lines 169–172: A direct address is a literary technique that narrators use to speak directly to the reader. Identify the sentence that uses this technique.

10. Lines 213–219: Infer the identity of the woman referred to in these lines.

11. Lines 223–238: Why does Fitzgerald include the dialogue between Mr. Hedrick and Mr. Sandwood in this scene?

12. Lines 254–262: Which words and phrases show time order in these lines?

13. Lines 254–262: Why is Dexter in a good mood in these lines?

14. Lines 311–328: Compare Dexter’s view of the men he went to college with to his view of himself. Infer Dexter’s motivation for being “careful.

”15. Lines 341–347: What does Dexter lie about in these lines? Why does he tell this lie? Does this suggest that Dexter is dishonest? Support your answer with text evidence.

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