had a dream last night," Hamun told Giben, "in which I was terrified by a hideous
dragon. What do you think it means?"
a drawing of the dragon," said Giben, "and bring it to me."
Hamun brought a drawing of the dragon and showed it to
is excellent!" exclaimed Giben, holding the drawing upside-down as he examined
it carefully. "The draftsmanship is exquisite; but it doesn't seem hideous or
terrifying to me."
course not," said Hamun crossly, "if you look at it like that. You
must turn it up the other way."
I see," said Giben. "You looked at it the other way because you
wished to be terrified!"