jan-ante wrote:as much as i understand tp philosophy, you must specify something he saw in the dream.
Why do you think it must be specified? One can say 'I had a dream' or 'I saw images during my sleep' without specifying what was this dream about. And it's all right. I can't see anything against logics or tp philosophy in this statement. Please compare the three sencences from the text:
a) jan Kikamesi li lukin e sitelen lape* -- Gilgamesh saw a dream (some images during his sleep).
b) tenpo pimeja la mi lape li lukin e ni: [the dream] -- In the night I slept and saw this: [the dream]
c) ona li sona e sitelen lape* ni -- She understood the dream.
I think that we can also say:
a2) jan Kikamesi li lape li lukin -- Gilgamesh was sleeping and looking/seeing. (cf 'soweli li lukin li kute')
b2) tenpo pimeja la mi lape. mi lape la mi lukin e suno lili mute... -- I was sleeping when I saw stars...
* jan Kipo has suggested that 'lukin lape' could be better than 'sileten lape' for 'a dream'.