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English author Charles Dickens informed friends of a bizzare occurrence he experienced as a result of a dream.
Dickens said he was at home one day and began to feel tiresome, subsequently he decided to take a nap. Dickens stated that he soon fell asleep and that just as soon he began to dream. Dickens said there was nothing particularly significant about the dream other than its intensity in the sense that it was quite vivid.
He went on to relate the content of the dream stating that he had seen a vision of a female in a red shawl. This young woman only spoke four words in the dream, that being her introduction of herself: “I am Miss Napier”.
Later, upon awakening, Dickens was engage in social circles and was introduced to some women. Dickens noticed one of the women, a girl, was dressed in a red shawl. She was introduced to him as... Miss Napier.
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