A great wind rises, and the summer is gone in a moment.

Category: Mind | Type: Discussion | Title: David Copperfield (in Context) | Author: Charles Dickens | Ch: I Observe

Though the memory seems saturated with and indistinguishable from time, in fact time is about the least stable element in the memory.

I have no record of Dickens having read Saint Augustine's Confessions, yet there are some resemblances, especially with that work's famous Chapter XI. 

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