Miss Julie - Study Guide Pantomime Summary & Analysis

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Pantomime Summary

Christine hums while cleaning up the kitchen after Jean and Julie leave to go dancing at the Midsummer Eve celebration. She begins curling her hair, and waits for Jean and Julie to return.

Pantomime Analysis

The audience is left to interpret what Christine is thinking during this pantomime. We know that Jean and Julie are dancing together at the celebration, so we are left to infer that Christine is evaluating Jean's loyalty to her. We can also assume that she is frustrated that she cannot stand up to Julie, and claim the man that is rightfully hers. The fact that she hums calmly while doing her hair says a lot for her personality, though. She could throw a tantrum demanding that Julie stay away from Jean (which is probably the way that Julie would act), or act maturely and wait for Jean to come to her out...

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