1 Souls and memories can do strange things during trance.
2 And afterwards the very memory of it will keep faith crystal clear.
3 I fear what her dreams might be like, with such terrible memories to ground them in.
4 It is old, and has many memories, and there are bad dreams for those who sleep unwisely.
5 By memory of his diary I found my way to the old chapel, for I knew that here my work lay.
6 Remember, my friend, that knowledge is stronger than memory, and we should not trust the weaker.
7 I shall enter here some of my notes, as they may refresh my memory when I talk over my travels with Mina.
8 And yet it is this very obliquity of thought and memory which makes mental disease such a fascinating study.
9 I must not confuse them with experiences which will have to rest on my own observation, or my memory of them.
10 Well, in him the brain powers survived the physical death; though it would seem that memory was not all complete.
11 We must sterilise this earth, so sacred of holy memories, that he has brought from a far distant land for such fell use.
12 Had not our minds been made up, and had there not been terrible memories to spur us on, we could hardly have proceeded with our task.
13 For it is not the least of its terrors that this evil thing is rooted deep in all good; in soil barren of holy memories it cannot rest.
14 In the summer of this year we made a journey to Transylvania, and went over the old ground which was, and is, to us so full of vivid and terrible memories.
15 When we had come close to the tomb I looked well at Arthur, for I feared that the proximity to a place laden with so sorrowful a memory would upset him; but he bore himself well.
16 His voice was weaker, so I moistened his lips with the brandy again, and he continued; but it seemed as though his memory had gone on working in the interval for his story was further advanced.