There is an irresistible affinity between the fictions of dreams and fiction writing. Dreams dazzle us by their vivid and succinct images, symbols, and metaphors, which come upon us when we are asleep. One might be tempted, given the dream’s constant supply of images, to call dreaming a nocturnal cinematographic event. However, given that there is no such thing as a single dream, that dreams are all interconnected through memory, time, and historicity, their true nature is that of storytelling. It is the storyline that holds dreams together. And from the storylines of dreams, thinking occurs about matters of the human condition.