Or—harking back to her original theory—that he was an emissary from Scotland Yard?
There has never been any attempt at harking back to earlier periods.
This, for Plotinos, was harking back to Numenius's evil world-soul, fr.
She could only do so, however, by harking back—as if it had been a fascination.
Why do you keep on harking back to the subject when I have spoken so plainly?
Then presently he went on, harking back to the subject of Horrocks.
I had no choice but to go on, harking back as soon as I could.
"I have been harking back," explained Mrs. Lascelles, eventually.
Harking back to lobsters, I am reminded of a tragedy to which I was an eyewitness.
It is moreover quite inartistic in its harking back to the story of the arrest after giving fuller details.