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I call him mime advisedly, because he played his part by action more than speaking.
Thus, the mime itself is the original form of the drama, which now takes its place beside the epic as a new form of poetry.
He gains the sacred hearth, converses with Mime, and finally bets him his head that he cannot answer three questions.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
Meantime Mime, working on, brews his poisonous broth, muttering to himself about his purpose.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
Mime and he dispute angrily: Siegfried is about to slay the dragon, the "Wurm," and the question is who is to have the gold.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
Mime crawls in with his basin of poisoned soup, meaning to offer his "son" some refreshment after the labours of the morning.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
I take the words from a late book on the so-called art of the mime by the editor of a magazine devoted to the stage.
DAMN!HENRY LOUIS MENCKEN
Mademoiselle Bigottini played the chief character, and evinced a deep study of mime and action in her play.
The part required that she should appear both as mime and singer, and she was in a state of high enthusiasm about it.
Even from them, however, it is clear that the mime dealt with every-day life in a very frank, realistic way.

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