There were still some subjects, indeed, under which she believed they must always tremble—the mention of a chest or a cabinet, for instance—and she did not love the sight of japan in any shape: but even she could allow that an occasional memento of past folly, however painful, might not be without use.
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She gave it to him to keep as a memento of their trip together.
His eyes looked sad as he stared at our little memento.