John Galsworthy was one of the most popular English novelists and playwrights, the author famous for The Forsyte Saga. First performed in Manchester in 1911, Galsworthy's play The Little Dream is the story of a contrast between the peace of mountain side and full of everyday temptations city-life. Each of the three main characters, Seelchen, Felsman and Lamond, turns out to have a symbolic meaning. The leading idea of the whole play follows the final question of Galsworthy's famous novel Villa Rubein: “Can we never have enough?” A classic example of John Galsworthy' delicate, but naturalistic style, the story captures the readers' attention at once. Do you want to be carried away by the fascinating events of The Little Dream? Then download the book and enjoy the reading!