reteller

reteller

(ˌriːˈtɛlə)
n
a person who retells
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Moreover, a note on sources at the end of the book confirms Andrews's attentiveness to her position as both a teller and a reteller.
We can, then, situate Bersuire's stories of werewolves against the background of the charges of heresy made against him and in relation to a lengthy career as a translator of the Roman historian Livy and as a reteller of Ovidian myth.
Some, for instance, Martin Buber (1878-1965), a noted Jewish philosopher and reteller of Hasidic tales, saw God as "in eclipse" at the time of the Nazi killing-machine, followed by a re-appearance.
Korda is a first-rate storyteller; to be more precise, a story reteller.
The story is thus amplified from its previous form, carrying with it the added resonance of the reteller.
It turns out that this former Newfoundlander, now a resident of Toronto, is a well-practised Grimm reteller despite his youth.
For the purposes of our project involving the authentication of a picture-storybook adaptation of traditional literature from a specific cultural group, we define authenticity as the extent to which the reteller, adaptor, or illustrator (1) remains reasonably true to the original printed source, (2) accurately and respectfully represents the values and beliefs of the cultural group, and (3) responsibly depicts geographical, historical, and cultural details.
Since Morrison thinks this goal is best achieved through the retelling of memories, a therapeutic process that allows the reteller to face up to repressed parts of the individual and collective past (see Fitzgerald, Kelly, Schapiro), it is appropriate that her most extensive refashionings in Beloved are revisions of Wordsworth, who made memory and its regenerative powers the very subject of his epic poem The Prelude.
Keenan, "Joel Chandler Harris and the Legitimacy of the Reteller of Folktales" in Sitting at the Feet of the Past: Retelling the North American Folktale for Children, edited by Gary D.
As to the overall impression given of Josephus as a reteller of the Bible, Begg pronounces him innocent of many of the charges that have often been laid at his door to the effect that he deliberately falsified the Bible.