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dream visions in a sentence

1. But when Apollo came and sent Themis, the child of Earth, away from the holy oracle of Pytho, Earth gave birth to dream visions of the night;

2. In the latter poem the names of the characters, the dream visions and the macabre physical details are influenced by the novels of premiere Gothicist Ann Radcliffe.

3. Compiled from thousands of letters Murad wrote describing his dream visions, it presents a hagiographic self-portrait.

4. The Book of the Duchess and The Vision Concerning Piers Plowman are two such dream visions.

5. The news of her fiancé's death nearly drove the girl mad, and she had distressing waking and night-dream visions of him.

6. Jubilees bases its take on Enoch on the "Book of Watchers", 1 Enoch 1–36. Its sequence of events leading to the Flood match those of the "Dream Visions", 1 Enoch 83–90.

7. This journey takes place within a series of dream-visions;

8. Quevedo employed much word-play in this work, which consists of five "dream-visions."

9. The Satanic Verses consists of a frame narrative, using elements of magical realism, interlaced with a series of sub-plots that are narrated as dream visions experienced by one of the protagonists.

10. Alexander experiences "visions of ghosts or dream visions alongside everyday reality", author Laura Hubner wrote.

11. The Goddess of All Magic accordingly appeared to a few mortals she considered suitable, first in dream visions and then directly, and ultimately invested part of her divine power (known as the Silver Fire) in them.

12. The Immortal displays Borges' literary irony, fusing Swiftian satire, George Bernard Shaw's creative evolution in Back to Methusela, and the dream visions of Thomas De Quincey in a single work.

13. Members of the community lived apart from one another during the six days of the week, studying the Hebrew Bible during the daytime and eating during the evening, whereafter they hoped to dream visions informed by their studies.

14. All four of these dream-visions are placed strategically throughout the poem, "to provide balance and contrast."

15. Mailer blends modern America with Rojack's dream visions, making his narrative akin to the magician's stage show in writing a "novelist as magician who writes a book filled with effects without any causes".

16. Zosimos' teaching is based on the one hand on his own dream visions, reported in the text.

17. During his later years, he painted in a surrealistic style, replete with dream visions and hallucinations.

18. Nava announces to his pack that the wolf spirit Aniu has contacted him in "dream visions".

19. Jubilees bases its take on Enoch on the "Book of Watchers", 1 Enoch 1–36. Its sequence of events leading to the Flood match those of the "Dream Visions", 1 Enoch 83–90.

20. She inserts letters, poems, drama scenes, dream visions and drawings.

21. A dream world is sometimes invoked in dream visions such as The Book of the Duchess and Piers Plowman.

22. At that time his solo song cycles Girlish Dream Visions and Dilberke, the First String Quartet and his first opera Suton (Twilight).

23. Landes did note that the women she interviewed told her stories about Ojibwe women who in centuries past inspired by their dream visions had played prominent roles as warriors, hunters, healers, traders and leaders.

24. In the latter poem the names of the characters, the dream visions and the macabre physical details are influenced by the novels of premiere Gothicist Ann Radcliffe.

25. To create new performances in the mid-2010s, Bar-On merged everyday life situation with social symbolism, religious iconography, dream visions and mass media images.

26. William Dunbar (1460–1513) produced satires, lyrics, invectives and dream visions that established the vernacular as a flexible medium for poetry of any kind.

27. William Dunbar (1460–1513) produced satires, lyrics, invectives and dream visions that established the vernacular as a flexible medium for poetry of any kind.

28. Dunbar produced satires, lyrics, invectives and dream visions that established the vernacular as a flexible medium for poetry of any kind.

29. William Dunbar (1460–1513) produced satires, lyrics, invectives and dream visions that established the vernacular as a flexible medium for poetry of any kind.

30. During the quest, Magnus experiences dream-visions of Loki, and once even of the goddess Hel offering to reunite him with his late mother—a proposal he struggles to refuse.