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Alice
dreams of falling down a rabbit-hole and experiencing strange adventures. [Br. Lit.: Lewis Carroll Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland]
Caedmon
7th-century English religious poet supposed to have heard his verses in a dream. [Br. Lit.: Benét, 156]
Calpurnia
dreams that a statue of Julius Caesar is spouting blood from a hundred wounds. [Br. Drama: Shakespeare Julius Caesar]
Finnegan’s Wake
Joyce novel based around the dreams and nightmares of H. C. Earwicker. [Br. Lit.: Joyce Finnegans Wake]
Ibbetson, Peter
learns how to “dream true” and return to the scenes of childhood and the times of his ancestors. [Br. Lit. & Am. Opera: G. duMaurier Peter Ibbetson in Magill I, 736]
“Kubla Khan”
poem supposedly composed by Coleridge from an opium dream. [Br. Lit.: Benét, 555]
Little Nemo
dreams every night of Slumberland, a place of story-book palaces and fairy-tale landscapes. [Comics: Horn, 458]
Morpheus
god of dreams. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 688]
Pharaoh
had dreams of cattle and corn by which Joseph was able to foretell the future. [O.T.: Genesis 41]
Pilgrim’s Progress, The
Bunyan dreamed this allegory of Christian’s adventures while in prison. [Br. Lit.: Bunyan Pilgrim’s Progress]
Quixote, Don
falls into a trance and has visions of Montesinos and other heroes. [Sp. Lit.: Cervantes Don Quixote]
Under Milk Wood
the commonplace inhabitants of a Welsh village voice their dreams. [Br. Drama: Dylan Thomas Under Milk Wood in Magill IV, 1247]
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Once you realize you're dreaming, if there is a character in front of you, know that it represents a part of you and ask it a question, says Loewenberg.
According to Allan Hobson, a dream researcher and professor of psychiatry emeritus at Harvard University, lucid dreaming is a rare occurrence.
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Wallace: Lucid dreaming is when we become aware that we are dreaming while still in a dream.
TIME TO DREAM Night-time's arrived, as you drift off to sleep Dreaming your dreams amid perfect peace Dreams that you've dreamed a few times before Recapturing the scene, just a little bit more Places you've seen, so vivid, so real Only returning in the midst of your dream So very strange to go back once again To the land of Nod where the dream stays the same Convinced that you've been there, you just can't believe That the next time you go there will be well in your dreams.
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