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What does it mean when you dream about a fight?

Because life itself is so full of conflicts, dream fights can refer to any number of different struggles in our everyday life. Also, the culture in which we are raised can place so many conflicting demands upon us that we are filled with inner tensions, and these various inner conflicts can all be symbolized in dreams as physical fights. As with all dream symbols, the tone and setting of the dream indicate which meaning is applicable.

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References in classic literature ?
It meant a fight; and this was the only way that was now vouchsafed him of expressing the life that was in him.
Now, young Brooke, you're in the sixth, you know, and you ought to stop all fights. He looks hard at both boys.
"I remember her first fight. She was four years old.
It reminded him of his first fight, when he was six years old, when he punched away with the tears running down his cheeks while the other boy, two years his elder, had beaten and pounded him into exhaustion.
Minerva, therefore, took Mars by the hand and said, "Mars, Mars, bane of men, bloodstained stormer of cities, may we not now leave the Trojans and Achaeans to fight it out, and see to which of the two Jove will vouchsafe the victory?
None of the designers of airships and aeroplanes had known clearly what their inventions might have to fight; many had not imagined they would have to fight anything whatever in the air; and had planned them only for the dropping of explosives.
The white-cap student who won the second fight witnessed the remaining three, and talked with us during the intermissions.
Unfortunately, we do not live in the times of the great emperor, we live in the times of the cardinal; and three days hence, however well the secret might be guarded, it would be known, I say, that we were to fight, and our combat would be prevented.
The fight thus beginning at three of the clock of the afternoon continued very terrible all that evening.
"Are we to fight for the edification of the First Born, or is it something worse than that?"
We shall not have to fight against a single fellow-countryman and every life we take will be the life of an enemy."
The things I had fought for had proved not worth the fight. Remained the PEOPLE.