Benjy's bellows - Benjy does this several times throughout the novel. He does it especially loudly whenever anyone says the name, 'Caddy.'
Caddy's dirty drawers - When both Benjy and Quentin think back on that night as kids, the image of these muddy things stands out in their minds.
Watches - These trouble Quentin throughout his narrative. After he destroys the face of his own he goes to the repair shop, desperately seeking a new one.
Honeysuckle - The scent of this haunts Quentin, even when in Boston, where hardly any grows. He says he associates the smell with his house and family.
Pasture - The family used to own one, across from their house, but they had to sell it in order for Quentin to go to Harvard.
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