A project by the University of Baltimore Introduction to Hypermedia class, Monday section, Spring 2002: Publications Design Program & School of Information Arts and Technologies.
This book was originally published by G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, in 1901 as What's in a Dream; A Scientific and Practical Interpretation of Dreams but is better-known today by the title Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, under which it was later republished.
Thanks to Project Gutenberg for the ASCII e-text on which this HTML version is based. Any error in this publication and any deviation from the printed version of What's in a Dream remains our responsibility.
This version was updated by the editor on 4 June 2003 to correct some links and to restore two long sections (the end of L and beginning of M) that had been omitted.