Tartuffe by Martin SorrellTartuffe by Martin Sorrell

Tartuffe

Translated byMartin SorrellEditorMartin Sorrell

Paperback | April 1, 2002

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Condemned and banned for five years in Molière’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.

The French dramatist Moliere was born Jean-Baptiste Poquelin on January 15, 1622, in Paris. The son of a wealthy tapestry merchant, he had a penchant for the theater from childhood. In 1636, he was sent off to school at the Jesuit College of Claremont and in 1643, he embarked upon a 13-year career touring in provincial theater as a tro...
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Title:TartuffeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 6.32 × 4.16 × 0.35 inPublished:April 1, 2002Publisher:Playwrights Canada PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1854596373

ISBN - 13:9781854596376

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