What's in a Dream?
by Gustavus Hindman Miller, 1901

A project by the University of Baltimore Introduction to Hypermedia class, Monday section, Spring 2002: Publications Design Program & School of Information Arts and Technologies.

Nick Montfort, visiting assistant professor
Editors at Large
Kelly Blake, Tom Peiffer, Thom Smith
Valerie Clemmer, Pete Hilsee
Assistant Editors
Dawnita Brown, Valerie Clemmer, DuRaun Epps, Ryan Greene, Pete Hilsee, Daniela Howard, Renate Laine, Marguerite Morgan, James Phillips

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.

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