The same stimulus will not produce the same recollection
in another man who did not share your former experience, although the former experience left no OBSERVABLE traces in the structure of the brain.
of Bill's performance stimulated Miss Leonard into a temporary wakefulness, and she giggled.
The question is whether this does, or does not, represent the lost recollection
which he vainly attempted to find when you called on him this morning?
of the answer was confused, her only distinct impression in relation to it being that the Count declared he was then taking her to see Miss Halcombe.
A flash of recollection
crossing his brain at the same instant, he released his hold, and stretching forth an arm in the very wantonness of gratification, he seized the Doctor by the hair, which instantly revealed its artificial formation, by cleaving to his hand, leaving the white and shining poll of the naturalist with a covering no warmer than the skin.
Heaven forgive me the supposition, if it be an uncharitable one, but I do firmly and in my soul believe, that the man systematically tried for many years to break her heart; but she bore it all for her child's sake, and, however strange it may seem to many, for his father's too; for brute as he was, and cruelly as he had treated her, she had loved him once; and the recollection
of what he had been to her, awakened feelings of forbearance and meekness under suffering in her bosom, to which all God's creatures, but women, are strangers.
You can't tell her the truth," he said, "without awakening painful recollections
of her stay at Aldborough, into which I am not at liberty to enter.
Each step he trod oppressed his heart with fresh emotion; his first and most indelible recollections
were there; not a tree, not a street, that he passed but seemed filled with dear and cherished memories.
On beholding this house, D'Artagnan, calm as he was in general, felt an unusual disturbance within his heart -- so powerful during the whole course of life are the recollections
It was evident I revived unpleasant recollections
, and the young man could not avoid letting an expression escape him, that sufficiently betrayed his feelings.
The face of the country, the climate as it was found by the whites, and the manners of the settlers, are described with a minuteness for which the author has no other apology than the force of his own recollections
Hilbery wished, for sentimental reasons, to introduce the recollections
of a very fluent old lady, who had been brought up in the same village, but these Katharine decided must go.
So at first he thought of what might happen to him that night, and then did not return to such thoughts but gave himself up to whatever recollections
came into his head of themselves.
Most of it is hazy and indistinct, though here and there I have vivid recollections
of things that happened.
Now, however, am I out of service, without master, and yet not free; likewise am I no longer merry even for an hour, except it be in recollections