Dreamlet

Dreamlet

(dreams)

“Dreamlet,” coined by the popular author Ann Faraday, is an alternative term for dream fragment. Faraday recommends that people working with their dreams keep detailed dream diaries in which they record even apparently meaningless fragments. According to Faraday, many of these fragments eventually fit together into a pattern, if faithfully recorded night after night. She also notes that some of these dreamlets are psychic impressions or precognitive dreams.

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The novel has a promising beginning: a father telling a story to his children, "my dreamlets," as he calls them, "sitting with full bellies in the lamp glow," gathered all around him as the rain falls with a "hiss and tick on the metal of our big living van.