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“Mute" is the second short story by Gene Wolfe I've read this year (the other one being "The Hour of the Sheep") in which I cannot find anything more than a superficial story.”
“Mute is all well and good, but sometimes I'd like to be able to hear what's happening during a game without listening to the drone of commentators.”
“He mentions JJ Charlesworth’s analysis of the current crisis in Mute, and mounts a surprising (but half-hearted) defence of current director Ekow Eshun, arguing that the precarity and corporate orientation of the ICA goes back to Philip Dodd, and Mick Flood before him.”
“Ahead for Daniel and Diego Vega, another cooperation titled The Mute, which was selected as a script for this year's Atelier in Cannes, which will help them in finding co-producers for the projects.”
“The story was adapted for the screen by Alan Trustman and Harry Kleiner, based on the novel titled Mute ...”
“Reaching a hamlet called Mute ( "six hands"), I sit outside an inn on one of the benches which are ever ready for the traveler, and shaded overhead by a screen of boughs.”
“A-- Miles Raymer mute math I hadn't yet gotten around to listening to last year's self-titled Mute Math CD when a new one showed up the other day, also self-titled and with virtually the same songs.”
“The story was adapted for the screen by Alan Trustman and Harry Kleiner, based on the novel titled Mute”
“Kleiner, based on the novel titled Mute Witness (1963) by Robert L. Fish (aka Robert L. Pike).”
“Harry Kleiner, based on the novel titled Mute Witness (1963) by Robert L. Fish (aka Robert L. Pike).”
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