Indeed, the Annunciation is retold in the Holy Book of Islam not once, but twice.
I describe it as “accurate events reflected in the mirror and then retold for dramatic effect.”
The cutting-edge forensic work that it took to bring them into custody from abroad is retold with great aplomb by Levington.
Their plays were either translated into Latin from Greek or retold in a different manner from the original Greek.
These were Scottish children to whom the stories were retold, and they understood the Scottish tongue.
Here we have the old tales now retold; retold by one who loves to listen to them, therefore to talk about them.
The rest of the story is now familiar and needs not be retold.
The hound sped away like an arrow from the bow, and the faithfulness with which he did his work need not be retold.
In 1885 this story was retold from authentic sources as follows.
Many an old story was retold, and ancient conundrum repeated.