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 Current Search - dream in The Outsiders
1  And this time my dreaming worked.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 10
2  My dream's come true and I'm in the country.
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  In Chapter 4
3  That dream always scared the heck out of me.
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  In Chapter 7
4  Since I was dreaming I brought Mom and Dad back to life.
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  In Chapter 3
5  I didn't want to worry him any more, but I said, "I had one of those dreams last night."
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 7
6  I half convinced myself that I had dreamed everything that had happened the night before.
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  In Chapter 5
7  I could remember every detail of the whole night, but it had the unreal quality of a dream.
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  In Chapter 5
8  Already it was an unreal dream and yet, at the time I couldn't have imagined any other world.
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  In Chapter 7
9  He knew the whole story, and having never dreamed about anything but blondes, he was interested.
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  In Chapter 7
10  But Darry never got over it, and every once in a while he would ask me if I ever dreamed any more.
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  In Chapter 7
11  I'd had nightmares and wild dreams every once in a while when I was little, but nothing like this one.
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  In Chapter 7
12  After a hard game of football and four or five hours of reading, I was too exhausted, mentally and physically, to dream anything.
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  In Chapter 7
13  It scared Sodapop and Darry almost as bad as it scared me; for night after night, for weeks on end, I would dream this dream and wake up in a cold sweat or screaming.
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  In Chapter 7
14  I had almost decided that I had dreamed the outside world and there was nothing real but baloney sandwiches and the Civil War and the old church and the mist in the valley.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 5