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I Saw it in a Dream
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"A dream isn't just something that disturbs a good night's sleep. It can be a predictor, or even the cause, of momentous events - whether for good or for bad."
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Which well-known entrepreneurial icon said: 'All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them'?
Sir Richard Branson
Sir James Dyson
'I could be bounded in a nutshell and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams.'
- Which of Shakespeare's tragic figures says this?
In August 1963 the Black civil rights leader Martin Luther King gave his landmark 'I Have a Dream' speech. Where did this memorable event occur?
Riverside Church, New York
Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC
Which leading chemist told delegates to an 1890 convention that the structure of the chemical benzene had been revealed to him in a dream?
Justus von Liebig
Friedrich August Kekule
Jons Jakob Bezelius
In which of Charles Dickens' novels does Affery Flintwinch, after going to bed, imagine she's dreaming when she sees her husband Jeremiah speaking to a double of himself in a cold and candle-lit room downstairs?
A Tale of Two Cities
Our Mutual Friend
Which President of the United States had a premonition of his own assassination in a dream shortly before he was shot?
John F. Kennedy
Kevin Costner starred in the 1989 film "Field of Dreams", but who was the legendary baseball player who provided the title for W.P. Kinsella's novel on which the film is based?
Which Romantic poet claimed to have composed one of his most famous poems, "Kubla Khan", while in an opium-induced dream?
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Lord George Byron
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
He was a soldier in the First World War. Asleep in a trench, he dreamed he was buried under a pile of earth and red-hot iron. He woke and immediately left the trench, which soon afterwards was hit by an enemy shell killing his fellow soldiers. Whose dream changed history?
The 'Pilgrim's Progress' (1678) is a dream allegory that tells of the journey of its hero 'Christian' from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. It was partly written while its author was in prison, but who was this English 'jailbird'?
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