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To these, who knew him well, Mr Haredale addressed himself, briefly narrating what had happened, and beseeching them to aid in conveying the criminal to London before the dawn of day.
That led to his narrating the circumstances in detail, and expressing something of his anxiety to discover what had really become of the man, and to repel the dark suspicions that clouded about his mother's house.
Master Abdul Rashid Malik, a retired teacher form Reasi burst into tears while narrating how eleven persons of their seventeen-member family were butchered ruthlessly.
As long as the model of autobiographical telling emphasizes that both the narrating-I and the narrated-I are potentially mobile, the concept of the implied author is unnecessary: "Phelan's model of positing a triangular situation (with narrating 'I,' narrated 'I,' and implied author) seems to depend on a narrating 'I' fixed in one temporal plane.
It uses legends of the Maritime Sindbad and the Chinese admiral Zheng He by narrating the trade story from the 9th century to the 16th century.
98) includes a bonus feature, appears unabridged on 22 CDs, and is narrated by Gladwell himself, who does a fine job of narrating THE TIPPING POINT, BLINK, and OUTLIERS.
The 'Charlie and The Chocolate Factory' actor will be narrating Tom DicCillo's flick, which has been titled 'When You're Strange', reports the Screen Daily.
It's a routine that he unthinkingly believes gives him comfort, until one day he hears a voice narrating all the mind- numbing activities of his same-old, same-old day.
As a New Yorker, I really enjoyed narrating the tour," says Sigourney Weaver.
It could be that the deer is narrating what it types, or it could be that the deer is in fact Anne.
Longenecker writes an epistolary novel narrating the last year of Antipas's life (name from Rev 2:13) to illustrate the social, economic, and religious climate and attitudes of first-century people.
An A-List roster of Hollywood's top female entertainers -- including Halle Berry, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lopez, Julianne Moore, Sarah Jessica Parker and Catherine Zeta-Jones -- have lent their support and their voices to the campaign by narrating different Face the Issue public service announcements (PSAs).