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What does it mean when you dream about a rabbit hole?

The hidden furrows that wind underground may represent the cliché “I feel like crawling into a hole,” suggesting that embarrassment or guilt causes one to hide from an unpleasant situation or deed.

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Deeper into the rabbit-hole we go, further into the rather deep pockets of the fretted Revolutionary Guard the US digs.
Neither story matches the complexity or ambition of this one, where centuries melt into each other via a luckless Flemish doll whose head falls off in Philadelphia then tumbles, like Alice down the rabbit-hole, through every level of hell.
It is at this point that one emerges, blinking, from the rabbit-hole, realizing that Myles has himself made a significant breakthrough in our understanding of how Chaucer constructs character.