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Elder’s journey will be retold this week because of his appearance at Augusta National.
The romance of Broadway is so eternally tied to the outcomes of opening nights that the story of “Six” is likely to be retold for years to come.
As these little fissures opened into wounds, I dressed them by retelling the story of our relationship.
SUCH A PRETTY FACEAUBREY GORDONFEBRUARY 26, 2021VOX
Rock-star mythologist Natalie Haynes, like Madeline Miller, whose “Circe” retells the story of the witch at the center of “The Odyssey,” reboots ancient epics with fresh perspectives.
It also became a regular feature of Christmas TV for much of my childhood, turning up every year to retell its familiar tale.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL, EXPLAINED BY A 5-YEAR-OLDEMILY VANDERWERFFDECEMBER 24, 2020VOX
Then she had to retell, perhaps for the hundredth time, the story of the hand-bag and the linen chest, but her eyes closed.
THE SONG OF SONGSHERMANN SUDERMANN
Many of his poems describe country life in New England; others retell old stories of pioneer days.
These have been so perfectly told by great writers that to retell them would seem absurd.
The tale is too long to retell here but it is undeniably thrilling and good reading.
To the Teacher: Have the children retell the story of the picture.
STORIES PICTURES TELLFLORA CARPENTER

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