The music of life would be mute if the chords of memory
were snapped asunder.
Within the hut his nostrils were assailed by many odors; but clear and distinct among them was one that half aroused a latent memory of the past--it was the faint and delicate odor of a woman.
In the same hut was the scent spoor of the Belgian, too, and as both these assailed the nostrils of the ape-man, mingling one with the other, a jealous rage leaped and burned within him, though his memory held before the mirror of recollection no image of the she to which he had attached his desire.
Was it the memory of the moments that she had lain in his strong arms--was it the shadow of the sweet, warm glow that had suffused her as his eyes had caught hers upon his face?
The girl blushed in mortification at the very thought that she could cling so resolutely to the memory of a total stranger, and--still greater humiliation--long in the secret depths of her soul to see him again.
Not alone do I possess racial memory
to an enormous extent, but I possess the memories of one particular and far-removed progenitor.
little as he deserved it) in his lifetime, she naturally remains the truest and best friend to his memory
of riding in the automobile is very hazy, though this ride, in turn, is broken by one vivid picture.
But the memory
of his disobedience and unkindliness stayed with him, and more than fifty years after, as an old and worn man, he stood bare-headed in the wind and rain for an hour in the market-place, upon the spot where his father's stall had stood.
Idealism, accordingly, says that nothing can be known except thoughts, and all the reality that we know is mental; while realism maintains that we know objects directly, in sensation certainly, and perhaps also in memory
Sacred to the Memory
of Laura, Lady Glyde, wife of Sir Percival Glyde, Bart.
But it came at last, and set down the poor anxious girl, no longer the "little wench," except to her father's fond memory