The Tricky Art of Writing about Dreams

Della necessità di introdurre dei sogni in un romanzo parla Nicholson Baker,
"I used to think that it was a bad thing to mention dreams in fiction. ... But I rejected that notion ages ago. Dreams are part of the truth of life and the job of a book is to feel its way forward through a character’s days and nights. ... 

The letter O is a good dream letter. It begins the word “oneiric,” which is a dark interesting sharp-edged word that college professors used to use in class in place of “dreamlike.” nybooks.

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