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All That We See or Seem Is but a Dream within a Dream?

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The quote 'all that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream' comes from the remarkable poet Edgar Allan Poe. The theme of the poem is where is the line between reality and just perception of reality. This poem was originally published in 1849.
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