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1  But these are all golden dreams.
Notes from the Underground By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  That night I had the most hideous dreams.
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3  Even in my underground dreams I did not imagine love except as a struggle.
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4  So I dreamed as I sat at home that evening, almost dead with the pain in my soul.
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5  Because I only like playing with words, only dreaming, but, do you know, what I really want is that you should all go to hell.
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6  What were my dreams and how I could satisfy myself with them--it is hard to say now, but at the time I was satisfied with them.
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7  I could never stand more than three months of dreaming at a time without feeling an irresistible desire to plunge into society.
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8  But I had a means of escape that reconciled everything--that was to find refuge in "the sublime and the beautiful," in dreams, of course.
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9  And, indeed, even while I was unconscious a point seemed continually to remain in my memory unforgotten, and round it my dreams moved drearily.
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10  I was dreaming of it continually, horribly, and I purposely went more frequently to the Nevsky in order to picture more vividly how I should do it when I did do it.
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11  I begged Simonov's pardon especially; I asked him to convey my explanations to all the others, especially to Zverkov, whom "I seemed to remember as though in a dream" I had insulted.
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12  I felt particularly bold and cheerful after nine o'clock, I even sometimes began dreaming, and rather sweetly: I, for instance, became the salvation of Liza, simply through her coming to me and my talking to her.
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13  The palace of crystal may be an idle dream, it may be that it is inconsistent with the laws of nature and that I have invented it only through my own stupidity, through the old-fashioned irrational habits of my generation.
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14  I was so accustomed to think and imagine everything from books, and to picture everything in the world to myself just as I had made it up in my dreams beforehand, that I could not all at once take in this strange circumstance.
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15  But I only went to see him when that phase came over me, and when my dreams had reached such a point of bliss that it became essential at once to embrace my fellows and all mankind; and for that purpose I needed, at least, one human being, actually existing.
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16  I was a terrible dreamer, I would dream for three months on end, tucked away in my corner, and you may believe me that at those moments I had no resemblance to the gentleman who, in the perturbation of his chicken heart, put a collar of German beaver on his great-coat.
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17  It is just his fantastic dreams, his vulgar folly that he will desire to retain, simply in order to prove to himself--as though that were so necessary--that men still are men and not the keys of a piano, which the laws of nature threaten to control so completely that soon one will be able to desire nothing but by the calendar.
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