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The Romantic Ladies / The Misanthrope / Don Juan or The Feast of the Statue / Tartuffe / George Dandin / The Would-be Gentleman / The School for Wifes / The School for Wifes Critisized / The Miser: Comedies of Molière

The Romantic Ladies / The Misanthrope / Don Juan or The Feast of the Statue / Tartuffe / George Dandin / The Would-be Gentleman / The School for Wifes / The School for Wifes Critisized / The Miser: Comedies of Molière By Molière The Romantic Ladies The Misanthrope Don Juan or The Feast of the Statue Tartuffe George Dandin The Would be Gentleman The School for Wifes The School for Wifes Critisized The Miser Comedies of Moli re Contents The Romantic Ladies The Misanthrope Don Juan or The Feast of the Statue Tartuffe George Dandin The Would be Gentleman The School for Wifes The School for Wifes Critisized The Miser

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  • Author: Molière
  • ISBN: 9781434487544
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Romantic Ladies / The Misanthrope / Don Juan or The Feast of the Statue / Tartuffe / George Dandin / The Would-be Gentleman / The School for Wifes / The School for Wifes Critisized / The Miser: Comedies of Molière By Molière Contents The Romantic Ladies The Misanthrope Don Juan or The Feast of the Statue Tartuffe George Dandin The Would be Gentleman The School for Wifes The School for Wifes Critisized The Miser
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    1. Lisa (Harmonybites) on said:

      Moliere has long been on my to read list because his comedies were on a list of 100 Significant Books I was determined to read through The introduction in one of the books of his plays says that of his thirty two comedies a good third are among the comic masterpieces of world literature The plays are surprisingly accessible and amusing, even if by and large they strike me as frothy and light compared to comedies by Aristophanes, Shakespeare, Wilde, Shaw and Rostand But I may be at a disadvantage [...]

    2. Sergio on said:

      Las comedias incluidas tienen muchas veces personajes totalmente definidos por un s lo ideal Esto los convierte en seres extraordinarios dadas las circunstancias en que se sucede cada escena tan oportuna para la historia e inoportuna para el personaje que ponen en entredicho tales ideales Para ser comedia escrita hace m s de 400 a os, el humor es tan fresco y efectivo lo cual te hace conectar con la poca y a pesar de las diferencias culturales se pueden reconocer rasgos humanos universales.

    3. Chris Brimmer on said:

      The codifier of French social commentary through farce He should be required reading for those studying societies moving through repression to open conventions A comparison to plays currently written in places like Iran might be illuminating.

    4. Megan on said:

      i love moliere am now on a new mission to see one of his plays staged.

    5. Rebecca on said:

      Great playwrights always manage to hit on themes and characteristics of the human saga that are a constant no matter what century they are applied to.

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