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Chaka has dreamed another dream; now it is Chaka who strikes, and ye are already dead, ye children of Senzangacona."
"First hear the king's dream, O Prince," I said; "then, if thou wilt, kill me, and die.
"Thy life itself interpreteth unto us this dream, O Zarathustra!
Verily, THEY THEMSELVES DIDST THOU DREAM, thine enemies: that was thy sorest dream.
When Mrs Flintwinch dreamed, she usually dreamed, unlike the son of her old mistress, with her eyes shut.
The staircase was as wooden and solid as need be, and Affery went straight down it without any of those deviations peculiar to dreams. She did not skim over it, but walked down it, and guided herself by the banisters on account of her candle having died out.
Jasper did not find it hard to talk to her now; it seemed as if he were talking to his dream Alice, and it came strangely natural to him.
She could not move or speak; as one in a dream she stood and listened to the shy man's reverie, guiltless of any thought of eavesdropping.
and is it a dream that you're to be burned to-morrow?
I now began to reason that my situation was in the last degree serious, dream or no dream; for I knew by past experience of the lifelike intensity of dreams, that to be burned to death, even in a dream, would be very far from being a jest, and was a thing to be avoided, by any means, fair or foul, that I could contrive.
Was she about to describe her first discovery, in the dream, of Miss Dunross?
"I saw it differently in my dream. She raised her hand--not the hand that was nearest to you, but nearest to me.
I see explanation is necessary before I can tell you of the substance of my dreams. Otherwise, little could you know of the meaning of the things I know so well.
Yet I never dreamed of cities; nor did a house ever occur in any of my dreams.
The call of the brook came up through the woods from the valley of birches with all its old allurement; the mellow air was full of the purr of the sea; beyond were fields rimmed by fences bleached silvery gray in the suns of many summers, and long hills scarfed with the shadows of autumnal clouds; with the blowing of the west wind old dreams returned.