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Tartuffe by Moliere

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Swati Govil

on 15 October 2013

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Transcript of Tartuffe by Moliere

Moliere's Masterpiece: Taruffe
By: Varun Govil
Synposis (cont.)
Impact of Moliere
The play was censored because it viewed religion in an unfavorable manner

Ingnited change in French social order

King Louis the XIV supported Moliere
since the play portrayed him as a kind and righteous ruler
The Impostor: Tartuffe
Born on January 15, 1622 in Paris
Started his own theater troupe, Illustre Théâtre
Other famous works include The Misanthrope, The Bourgeois Gentleman, and The Imaginary Invalid
About the Author, Moliere
Fammous Quotes
The envious will die, but envy never.

And knowing money is a root of evil, in Christian charity, he'd take away whatever things may hinder your salvation.
Synopsis
Knavery's plain face is never seen till used.
By Varun Govil
Damis
Valere
Madam Pernelle
Tartuffe
Elmire
Orgon
Palace of Versailles
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