Dream Children


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Dream Children

in a reverie, Charles Lamb tells stories to his two imaginary children. [Br. Lit.: Benét, 287]
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This question is central to Robert Chuter's The Dream Children, which chronicles a same-sex couple's difficulties in adopting a child.
The reciprocal, affective appeal of the Gothic is thus demonstrated: the effect of the house on the child Elia is repeated in the captivation of the dream children by their father's account of the house.
Monahan recognizes this pervasive imagery, arguing that "the ambivalence in [Jane's] struggle to realize self within a community expresses itself through metaphors of abortion, stillbirth, crying dream children, and dying babies" (Monahan 600).
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Froissart Overture and Dream Children are here together with the arrangement of Bach's Fantasia and Fugue in C minor.
The colours convey something of the artistic loneliness of the Enigma Variations upon which the composer was just embarking and anticipates the sad strains of Dream Children of a couple of years later.
Elia's and Bridget's human suffering provides an emotional perspective that beneficially connects their present to their past, very much as the loss of Elia's dream children is replaced by an awakening to his and Bridget's ties of mutual devotion.
Godwin continued this theme consistently in Glass People (1972), The Odd Woman (1974), Dream Children (her first collection of stories, 1976), Violet Clay (1978), A Mother and Two Daughters (1982), Mr.
The same review is then used as a source for information on Dream Children, but, while this piece does appear on the recording, the review makes only the most passing reference to it, and then to the performance rather than the music.
Scudder, born in Boston, wrote much of his work anonymously, including that done during his term as editor of the Atlantic (1890-1898) and the children's books while he was a teacher: Seven Little People and Their Friends (1862) and Dream Children (1864).
Battle's Opinions on Whist " ; Dream Children, and " The Supernatural Man.