Famous People's Dreams Poet Robert Browning

About the dreams of the famous poet Robert Browning and his memorable line.

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Robert Browning (1812-1889): A Memorable Line

Once I dreamed I was seeing the elder Kean in Richard the Third, and he uttered a line which struck me as immensely finer than anything else in the play, or that I had ever heard, perhaps, and I perceived it was not Shakespeare's, but my own invention. It was in the scene where ghosts rise. When I woke I still had hold of the stupendous line, and it was this:

And when I wake my dreams are madness--Damn Me!

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