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Tartuffe Condemned And Banned For Five Years In Moli Re S Day, Tartuffe Is A Satire On Religious Hypocrisy Tartuffe Worms His Way Into Orgon S Household, Blinding The Master Of The House With His Religious Devotion, And Almost Succeeds In His Attempts To Seduce His Wife And Disinherit His Children Before The Final Unmasking.


10 thoughts on “Tartuffe

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    Le Tartuffe, ou L Imposteur Tartuffe, or The Impostor, or The Hypocrite, Moli re 1391 152 9786001195334 1717 Le Tartuffe, ou L Imposteur Tartuffe, or The Impostor, or The Hypocrite, Moli re 1391 152 9786001195334 171717


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    Book Review4 out of 5 stars to Tartuffe a play written in 1664 by Moli re I read this play as part of a course on Theatre and Drama several years ago I also acted in a staged version of this story I really enjoyed it, especially learningabout the characters and story through the director s eyes and opinions The story is about a con artist who worms his way into a family s affections by claiming to be a religious man The father essentially offers his daughters hand in marriage to tBook Review4 out of 5 stars to Tartuffe a play written in 1664 by Moli re I read this play as part of a course on Theatre and Drama several years ago I also acted in a staged version of this story I really enjoyed it, especially learningabout the characters and story through the director s eyes and opinions The story is about a con artist who worms his way into a family s affections by claiming to be a religious man The father essentially offers his daughters hand in marriage to the main character, but over time, realizes something is not right It was a commentary on how Moliere felt about religion in the 17th century, especially how some people were using it as a way to look pious on the outside, but do whatever they wanted behind closed doo...


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    Mocking the HeavensAs I read this I was reminded most often of the god men of India of their scandals, of their dedicated followers who are so willingly duped, and of the politicians who pretend to be devoted for their own purposes.I can only imagine what parallel suggestion would have been easily engendered in the French minds as they sat through this devastating play.It is no surprise that there was such outage It is no surprise that it was banned for so long The device Moliere employs is t Mocking the HeavensAs I read this I was reminded most often of the god men of India of their scandals, of their dedicated followers who are so willingly duped, and of the politicians who pretend to be devoted for their own purposes.I can only imagine what parallel suggestion would have been easily engendered in the French minds as they sat through this devastating play.It is no surprise that there was such outage It is no surprise that it was banned for so long The device Molie re employs is too transparent, but entirely innocent Without once giving his game away in the text, he m...


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    Tartuffe Imposter , written by French playwright Moliere in 1664, and first performed that same year It s a comedy, and even though it reads well, I imagine to be truly appreciated it would be better to see the stage production, and see these remarkable characters come to life It was banned shortly after the first production because it offended the Church and the upper class French society The Archbishop of Par...


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    When I read this play for the first time, I had a strange feeling that I d seen it somewhere before Cretinous Orgon can t understand what s obvious to the audience and everyone else in the play, namely that the slimy cleric Tartuffe is not only trying to ruin him, but also to get into his wife s pants He seems to have neatly engineered his own ...


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    While reading the Chekhov play Ivanoff recently, I became curious about why one character told another not to be a Tartuffe I Googled and discovered that in French and English, calling anyone a Tartuffe means that they are a hypocrite, especially one who pretends to be overly pious And I learned that the term comes from the play of the same name by Moliere So here we are with my first Stray Cat book of 2016 one of those books that curl purring around your ankles until you simply have to read While reading the Chekhov play Ivanoff recently, I became curious about why one character told another not to be a Tartuffe I Googled and discovered that in French and English, calling anyone a Tartuffe means that they are a hypocrite, especially one who pretends to be overly pious And I learned that the term comes from the play of the same name by Moliere So here we are with my first Stray Cat book of 2016 one of those books that curl purring around your ankles until you simply have to read it Sometimes I make lists of these books and save them for later, and other times like now I read them immediately.At first I thought that the way the play was written would be a distraction Here is the line from Wiki that made me feel that way The play i...


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    Conned by a Charlatan18 May 2013 Isn t it interesting that there are some sectors of society that get really upset if you poke fun at them, or even criticise them in anyway Normally this happens because these particular people are well aware that what they are doing is wrong and that they are simply playing on people s stupidity to get away with what is littlethan fraud Much of the offence that is generated is not so much offence at the fun, but rather that what the person are doing is r Conned by a Charlatan18 May 2013 Isn t it interesting that there are some sectors of society that get really upset if you poke fun at them, or even criticise them in anyway Normally this happens because these particular people are well aware that what they are doing is wrong and that they are simply playing on people s stupidity to get away with what is littlethan fraud Much of the offence that is generated is not so much offence at the fun, but rather that what the person are doing is ripping the veil off of their fraud and exposing it for the world to see This is what happened to Moliere when he wrote this play, and the thing was that he was not actually poking fun at the church but rather at certain fraudsters that go around scamming people out of their hard earned savings for their own personal benefit There have been people like this this throughout the ages and many writers have laid into these types of people part...


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    What Will you find no difference betweenHypocrisy and genuine devoutness And will you treat them both alike, and payThe self same honour both to masks and facesSet artifice beside sincerity,Confuse the semblance with reality,Esteem a phantom like a living person,And counterfeit as good as honest coin Reread for school Surprisingly, I liked it eventhe second time around.Also Dorine is amazing, all rightDorineThen what s your plan about this other match MarianeTo kill myself, if itWhat Will you find no difference betweenHypocrisy and genuine devoutness And will you treat them both alike, and payThe self same honour both to masks and facesSet artifice beside sincerity,Confuse the semblance with reality,Esteem a phantom like a living person,And counterfeit...


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    El tema principal de la obra es genial Aborda c mo se puede ser hip crita usando a la religi n He le do otros libro tambi n hablando de esto, pero lo especial aqu es que todo es obra de Moli re, lo que significa que, en la Francia cl sica del siglo XVII, eso era casi un crimen Hablar mal de las elites, de los poderosos l era un gran artista, pero nunca fue lo suficientemente querido precisamente por eso, por decir la verdad sin filtro en una poca y lugar err neos.Como dije, la historia y El tema principal de la obra es genial Aborda c mo se puede ser hip crita usando a la religi n He le do otros libro tambi n hablando de esto, pero lo especial aqu es que todo es obra de Moli re, lo que significa que, en la Francia cl sica del siglo XVII, eso era casi un crimen Hablar mal de las elites, de los poderosos l era un gran artista, pero nunca fue lo suficientemente querido precisamente por eso, por d...


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