In 1956 the Argentine author Julio Cortázar wrote a short story that has become a classic—“La noche de la boca arriba” (“The Night Face Up”). In it (spoiler alert!) a man is hospitalized after a motorcycle accident and while recovering has a series of dreams in which he finds himself in a different time and place.
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