Charles de Lint

“I never dream, she thought.
Which couldn't be true. Everything she'd read about sleep had to dream. People just needed to. Dreams were supposed to be the way your subconscious cleared up the day's clutter. So, ipso facto, everybody dreamed. She just didn't remember hers. (Pulphouse, 1990)”

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