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1  He never dreamed about the boy.
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2  I wish it had really been a dream, he thought.
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3  It might as well have been a dream, he thought.
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4  I wish it were a dream and that I had never hooked him.
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5  He only dreamed of places now and of the lions on the beach.
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6  Now he knew there was the fish and his hands and back were no dream.
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7  I wish he'd sleep and I could sleep and dream about the lions, he thought.
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8  At one time when he was feeling so badly toward the end, he had thought perhaps it was a dream.
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9  I wish it had been a dream now and that I had never hooked the fish and was alone in bed on the newspapers.
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10  He no longer dreamed of storms, nor of women, nor of great occurrences, nor of great fish, nor fights, nor contests of strength, nor of his wife.
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11  He could see the fish and he had only to look at his hands and feel his back against the stern to know that this had truly happened and was not a dream.
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12  Then he dreamed that he was in the village on his bed and there was a norther and he was very cold and his right arm was asleep because his head had rested on it instead of a pillow.
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13  He was asleep in a short time and he dreamed of Africa when he was a boy and the long golden beaches and the white beaches, so white they hurt your eyes, and the high capes and the great brown mountains.
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14  But tonight the smell of the land breeze came very early and he knew it was too early in his dream and went on dreaming to see the white peaks of the Islands rising from the sea and then he dreamed of the different harbours and roadsteads of the Canary Islands.
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15  He did not dream of the lions but instead of a vast school of porpoises that stretched for eight or ten miles and it was in the time of their mating and they would leap high into the air and return into the same hole they had made in the water when they leaped.
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16  But tonight the smell of the land breeze came very early and he knew it was too early in his dream and went on dreaming to see the white peaks of the Islands rising from the sea and then he dreamed of the different harbours and roadsteads of the Canary Islands.
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17  After that he began to dream of the long yellow beach and he saw the first of the lions come down onto it in the early dark and then the other lions came and he rested his chin on the wood of the bows where the ship lay anchored with the evening off-shore breeze and he waited to see if there would be more lions and he was happy.
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