Then--and here the argument is irresistible--it must be another and distinct personality that falls when we are asleep, and that has had experience of such falling--that has, in short, a memory
of past-day race experiences, just as our wake-a-day personality has a memory
of our wake-a-day experiences.
. This Tablet Is erected to his Memory
By his Sister.
A definition of "mnemic phenomena" which did not include memory
would, of course, be a bad one.
disposed of that string of questions readily enough, until I came to the last.
That is just the way with Memory
; nothing that she brings to us is complete.
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.
Virginia could not understand why it was that the face of the stranger persisted in obtruding itself in her memory
. That the man was unusually good looking was undeniable, but she had known many good looking men, nor was she especially impressionable to mere superficial beauty.
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.