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Nocturnal Adventures or About What to Write in Dreams Essays

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Nocturnal Adventures or about What to Write in Dreams Essays
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Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “Judge of your natural character by what you do in your dreams”. Dreams essays are written in schools and colleges. Of course, you are not given a complicated task to penetrate into the Unconscious and interpret all your dreams. Read these pieces of advice on how to make a dreams essay true-to-life and captivating.

    * Show your broad-mindedness interest in topic in a dreams essay. Gather all information about dreams and their influence on people’s lives. Make an imaginary journey around dreams. Are there dreams, which are common for everybody?

    * Think over catchy topics of dreams essays. Elaborate the thesis. What do the words “dream has come true” mean? In your dreams essay you may comment on quotes like "The best thing about dreams is that fleeting moment, when you are between asleep and awake, when you do not know the difference between reality and fantasy, when for just that one moment you feel with your entire soul that the dream is reality, and it really happened".

    * Write down all your thoughts concerning dreams essay topic. Ask your friends and relatives about their attitude to dreams. How often do they see them? Do they try to interpret them? Have their dreams ever come true?

    * Include some bright description of a dream in your dreams essay. What did you see? Who participated in your dream? Was it black-and-white or in bright colors?

    * Do you believe in prophecies? What do you think about the Freudian Theory? Do you know about oneiromancy? With such information your dreams essay will be impressive.

    * Try to find peculiar arguments to support your view point in a dreams essay. That is, do not just write that dreaming is a useful pastime. Think what attracts people in dreams, why there are so many prejudices and different interpretations. Maybe, some significant event happened to you after a strange...


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