Mimi suffered too on account of her cousin's suffering.
Miss Watford received me as kindly as before; Mimi, too, seemed glad to see me.
Ah! no one ever thought that Mimi, the daughter of the great Weatherbold, would be killed for the ducal table.'
'Because the herb only grows near the roots of chestnut trees,' replied Mimi; 'so let us lose no time in finding it.
As he sat there lost in thought the goose Mimi, who was left free to walk about, came up to him and asked what was the matter?
A dozen times she seemed about to collapse in a faint, but each time, on catching sight of Mimi's eyes, she made a fresh struggle and pulled through.
He killed the other two geese for dinner, but built a little shed for Mimi in one of his rooms, under the pretence of fattening her under his own eye.
Lilla was silent in the helpless concentration of deadly fear; Mimi was all resolve and self-forgetfulness, so intent on the soul-struggle in which she was engaged that there was no possibility of any other thought.