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statue

a wooden, stone, metal, plaster, or other kind of sculpture of a human or animal figure, usually life-size or larger

Statue

A form of likeness sculpted, modeled, carved, or cast in material such as stone, clay, wood, or bronze.

What does it mean when you dream about a statue?

People that we know who appear in dreams as statues may indicate that relationships are inflexible and that communication has reached a standstill. If the dreamer is a statue it may mean that the true self has become far removed from reality.

References in classic literature ?
When I reached the top I found the brass dome and the statue exactly as the pilot had described, but was too wearied with all I had gone through to do more than glance at them, and, flinging myself under the dome, was asleep in an instant.
Sir Francis, recognising the statue, whispered, "The goddess Kali; the goddess of love and death.
He wished to rub off the velvet of his horns against the cold stones of Kali's statue, and stamped his feet when he saw the man at the shrine.
Every man of them ought to have a statue, and on the pedestal words like those of the noblest ruffian of the Revolution: 'Que mon nom soit fletri; que la France soit libre.
High above the city, on a tall column, stood the statue of the Happy Prince.
If it's properly made," replied Mombi, "it will change or transform you into a marble statue.
Then he must remain a marble statue forever," declared the Tin Emperor, firmly.
It was in one of these, standing motionless before a small marble statue of some forgotten Greek poet, that Wingrave found his visitor.
Dorothy was astonished and delighted to find a tin statue of herself standing on a tin pedestal at a bend in the avenue leading up to the entrance.
For the time, it is the only thing worth naming to do that,--be it a sonnet, an opera, a landscape, a statue, an oration, the plan of a temple, of a campaign, or of a voyage of discovery.
As Lady Bellaston had acquainted her that she should not be at home till late, Sophia, expecting to find no one in the room, came hastily in, and went directly to a glass which almost fronted her, without once looking towards the upper end of the room, where the statue of Jones now stood motionless.
What, if a city did become a mummy, and a statue lay in the mud!