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Identifikators:171781
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Publicēts: 15.06.2012.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Vidusskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
Atsauces: Nav
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At the same time in this story was something mysterious. It was interesting that Rachel and Richard had the same dream that later in some way come true because Richard met this person from his dream and something started to go wrong. He couldn’t explain what exactly. I think that sometimes people take things very close to heart, especially if these things are connected with them. I think that Richard very sharply took his dream and we later saw this unknown person, who had so many things in common with a person from his dream, he was confused and maybe thats way he couldn’t in some moments separate the real things, which was happening and those, which was in his mind. That made him felt puzzled and he even started to think that he was mad.
This story was weird, but at the same time it had some kind of moral in it. Well, maybe some of readers get it, but some not. I think that it depends on how we understad this story. If we want to see or read in it something, what could be useful for us than we will read it. For example, maybe we should think if we also don’t have in us some things, which haven’t been shouted out.

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