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1  Raskolnikov had a fearful dream.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
ContextHighlight   In PART 1: CHAPTER V
2  The morning seemed like a dream to him.
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ContextHighlight   In PART 2: CHAPTER III
3  He had counted them once when he had been lost in dreams.
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4  Do you know, Dounia, when I dozed a little this morning I dreamed of Marfa Petrovna.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
ContextHighlight   In PART 3: CHAPTER II
5  The difference was that a month ago, yesterday even, the thought was a mere dream: but now.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
ContextHighlight   In PART 1: CHAPTER IV
6  "He must have waked from a dream," Razumihin said at last, looking inquiringly at Zossimov.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
ContextHighlight   In PART 2: CHAPTER IV
7  "Thank God, that was only a dream," he said, sitting down under a tree and drawing deep breaths.
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8  At the time he had put no faith in those dreams and was only tantalising himself by their hideous but daring recklessness.
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9  In a morbid condition of the brain, dreams often have a singular actuality, vividness, and extraordinary semblance of reality.
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10  Of course, it's too soon to dream of a publishing firm, but we certainly might bring out five or six books and be sure of success.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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11  now it appeared not a dream at all, it had taken a new menacing and quite unfamiliar shape, and he suddenly became aware of this himself.
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12  Raskolnikov was worried that this senseless dream haunted his memory so miserably, the impression of this feverish delirium persisted so long.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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13  It was a grey and heavy day, the country was exactly as he remembered it; indeed he recalled it far more vividly in his dream than he had done in memory.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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14  He drew a deep breath--but his dream seemed strangely to persist: his door was flung open and a man whom he had never seen stood in the doorway watching him intently.
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15  The first morning I came back from the office I found Katerina Ivanovna had cooked two courses for dinner--soup and salt meat with horse radish--which we had never dreamed of till then.
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16  Now, a month later, he had begun to look upon them differently, and, in spite of the monologues in which he jeered at his own impotence and indecision, he had involuntarily come to regard this "hideous" dream as an exploit to be attempted, although he still did not realise this himself.
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17  And the whole of that heavenly day of my life and the whole of that evening I passed in fleeting dreams of how I would arrange it all, and how I would dress all the children, and how I should give her rest, and how I should rescue my own daughter from dishonour and restore her to the bosom of her family.
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