1 She will be dreaming of this to-night, I am sure.
2 I fear it was no dream, and must act on this surmise.
3 Last night I seemed to be dreaming again just as I was at Whitby.
4 I have had a terrible dream, and it has left me so weak that I cannot move.
5 Such a dream at the present time would become woven into their fears for me.
6 Even my own terrible experiences in Castle Dracula seem like a long-forgotten dream.
7 I really believe she has turned the corner, and that we are over her troubles with dreaming.
8 She was restless and uneasy all the time, and I cannot but think that her dreaming at night is telling on her.
9 As I was leaving the room it struck me that the clothes she wore might give me some clue to her dreaming intention.
10 My dream was very peculiar, and was almost typical of the way that waking thoughts become merged in, or continued in, dreams.
11 I thought at the time that I must be dreaming when I saw them, for, though the moonlight was behind them, they threw no shadow on the floor.
12 I have had a great shock, and when I try to think of what it is I feel my head spin round, and I do not know if it was all real or the dreaming of a madman.
13 I think I must have fallen asleep and kept dreaming of the incident, for it seemed to be repeated endlessly, and now looking back, it is like a sort of awful nightmare.
14 I quite understood; my only doubt was as to whether any dream could be more terrible than the unnatural, horrible net of gloom and mystery which seemed closing around me.
15 Indeed, she was so sound asleep that for a few seconds she did not recognize me, but looked at me with a sort of blank terror, as one looks who has been waked out of a bad dream.
16 Suddenly the horror burst upon me that it was thus that Jonathan had seen those awful women growing into reality though the whirling mist in the moonlight, and in my dream I must have fainted, for all became black darkness.
17 It is not only that he feels sorrow, deep sorrow, for the dear, good man who has befriended him all his life, and now at the end has treated him like his own son and left him a fortune which to people of our modest bringing up is wealth beyond the dream of avarice, but Jonathan feels it on another account.
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