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" the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call up sudden dim remembrances of scenes that never were, in this life ; which vanish like a breath; which some brief memory of a happier existence, long gone by, would seem to have awakened; which no voluntary... "
The Adventures of Oliver Twist - Page 226
by Charles Dickens - 1858 - 438 pages
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 1, Part 2

1838
...up sudden dim remembrances of scenes that never were, in this life, which vanish like a breath, and which some brief memory of a happier existence long gone by, would seem to have awakened, for no power of the human mind can ever recal them. " What can this mean!" exclaimed the elder lady....
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 3

1838
...up sudden dim remembrances of scenes that never were, in this life, which vanish like a breath, and which some brief memory of a happier existence long gone by, would seem to have awakened, for no power of the human mind can ever recai them. " Vice," sighed the surgeon, replacing the curtain,...
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Works, Volume 9

Charles Dickens - 1843
...up sudden dim remembrances of scenes that never were, in this life, which vanish like a breath, and which some brief memory of a happier existence, long gone by, would seem to have awakened, for no power of the human mind can ever recall them. "What can this mean?" exclaimed the elder lady....
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Oliver and the Jew Fagin: From the Oliver Twist of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - Conduct of life - 1856 - 179 pages
...as a strain of gentle music, or the rippling of water in a silent place, or the odor of & ftcvNW, ox the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call...never were, in this life, which vanish like a breath, and which some brief memory of a happier existence long gone by, would seem to have awakened, for no...
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Immortelles from Charles Dickens, by Ich

Charles Dickens - 1856
...sudden dim remembrances of scenes that never were in this life—which vanish like a breath—which some brief memory of a happier existence, long gone...•—which no voluntary exertion of the mind can ever recall. The beings of the mind are not of clay, Essentially immortal, they create And multiply in us...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1867
...a strain of gentle music, or the rippling of water in a silent place, or the odour of a flower, or the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call...; which no voluntary exertion of the mind can ever recall. *' What can this mean ?" exclaimed the elder lady. " This poor child can never have been the...
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The works of Charles Dickens. Household ed. [22 vols. Orig. issued in ...

Charles Dickens - 1871
...a strain of gentle music, or the rippling of water in a silent place, or the odour of a flower, or the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call...; which no voluntary exertion of the mind can ever recall. " What can this mean ?" exclaimed the elder lady. " This poor child can never have been the...
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Dickens as an Educator

James Laughlin Hughes - Literary Criticism - 1900 - 319 pages
...a strain of gentle music, or the rippling of water in a silent place, or the odour of a flower, or the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call...awakened; which no voluntary exertion of the mind can ever recall. " What can this mean?" exclaimed the elder lady. " This poor child can never have been the...
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Dickens as an Educator

James Laughlin Hughes - Education - 1900 - 319 pages
...a strain of gentle music, or the rippling of water in a silent place, or the odour of a flower, or the mention of a familiar word, will sometimes call...awakened; which no voluntary exertion of the mind can ever recall. "What can this mean?" exclaimed the elder lady. " This poor child can never have been the pupil...
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