idea that the community was composed mainly of the red-haired. That is just as foolish as to go to the other extreme and to deny tha
t there are any red-haired people, just because one has never happened to see one." The remark was obviously intended for me. I said nothing, b
ut I was really alarmed. For I could see that the case was actually growing very much blacker for Honora as he proceeded. Was not Kennedy practically ta
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xing her with loving another man than her husband? Was he not building up motives? "The dreamer," he proceeded, "is always the principal actor in a dream, or the d
ream centers about the dreamer intimately. Dreams are personal. We never dream about matters that concern others primarily, but of matters that concern ourselves, either very directly or at least indirectly.  So it has been with these dreams of Honora. They concern her intimately. "