The commonest race memory
we have is the falling-through-space dream.
This Tablet Is erected to his Memory
By his Sister.
No doubt physiology, especially the disturbances of memory
through lesions in the brain, affords grounds for this hypothesis; nevertheless it does remain a hypothesis, the validity of which will be discussed at the end of this lecture.
disposed of that string of questions readily enough, until I came to the last.
I remember tumbling into a huge dust-hole when a very small boy, but I have not the faintest recollection of ever getting out again; and if memory
were all we had to trust to, I should be compelled to believe I was there still.
Vaguely the memory
of his apish childhood passed slowly in review--then came a strangely tangled mass of faces, figures and events which seemed to have no relation to Tarzan of the Apes, and yet which were, even in their fragmentary form, familiar.
I have just one memory
of my mother and it is the sweetest of all my memories," said Mrs.
In the Sketches from Memory
Hawthorne gives an intimation of the tale which he might write and did afterward write of The Great Carbuncle.
No words had passed between them on the occasion of their first meeting, so it could have been nothing that he said which caused the memory
of him to cling so tenaciously in her mind.
We know only too well what the consequence would be, for we know that she has never recovered her memory
of what happened to her in London.
All the best and happiest moments of his life- especially his earliest childhood, when he used to be undressed and put to bed, and when leaning over him his nurse sang him to sleep and he, burying his head in the pillow, felt happy in the mere consciousness of life- returned to his memory
, not merely as something past but as something present.
Not quickly, in Somo, had Jerry's memory
of Skipper and Mister Haggin faded.