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In the retelling of it, I have left out most of the history.
THE OUTLAW OF TORNEDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
The remainder of the night was spent in the hut, Nat telling and retelling his wild experience in the flume.
And it seems that with each retelling the story grows more and still more wonderful.
They are just the sort of narratives that small folks love, and are designed for retelling in the kindergarten and home.
The epic story of Kerensky's magnificently heroic fight to recreate the Russian army is too well known to need retelling here.
BOLSHEVISMJOHN SPARGO
Some of the sting of the latter got into their retelling of Jerry's talk and made it worse than it was.
THE HEART OF HAPPY HOLLOWPAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR
He was especially happy in retelling old stories or in constructing tales from historical events.
In place of either of these subjects you may substitute the retelling of another story of Hawthorne's you have read.
Mess tables have embellished and elaborated it with much retelling over their wine glasses.
THE TEMPERINGCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
What happened to the good folk of that picturesque little fishing-hamlet is worth retelling in brief.
AN OLD TOWN BY THE SEATHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH

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