In one case we then speak of the "waking hallucinations of the normal," in the other, of the dream-vision of the somnambulists.
I have said above that that woman appeared to me like a dream-vision—and like a dream-vision she went past and vanished forever.
I was not less astonished to find that my dream-vision agreed with reality.
Every time that I described to any one my dream-vision respecting him, I confidently expected him to answer, it was not so.
No wonder that Hamlet preferred the ills he knew rather than run the risk of one dream-vision.