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1  Do you know, I had a dream an hour ago.
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2  Montag slid down the pole like a man in a dream.
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3  It's more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories.
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4  I lay down for a catnap and in this dream you and I, Montag, got into a furious debate on books.
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5  The three empty walls of the room were like the pale brows of sleeping giants now, empty of dreams.
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6  A single clear drop of the stuff of dreams fell from the needle as it vanished in the Hound's muzzle.
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7  There was a crash like the falling parts of a dream fashioned out of warped glass, mirrors, and crystal prisms.
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8  And then he came to the parlor where the great idiot monsters lay asleep with their white thoughts and their snowy dreams.
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9  And if it was not the three walls soon to be four walls and the dream complete, then it was the open car and Mildred driving a hundred miles an hour across town, he shouting at her and she shouting back and both trying to hear what was said, but hearing only the scream of the car.
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