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  1. The Imaginary Invalid by Molière, 2005-10-01
  2. The Shopkeeper Turned Gentleman by Molière, 2010-03-07
  3. The Magnificent Lovers by Molière, 2006-11-03
  4. The Love-Tiff by Molière, 2006-11-03
  5. Molière: Don Juan (Plays in Production) by David Whitton, 1995-04-28
  6. Monsieur De Pourceaugnac by Molière, 2010-03-07
  7. Social Structures in Moliere's Theatre by James Gaines, 1984-07
  8. A Moliere Encyclopedia: by James F. Gaines, 2002-08-30
  9. The Misanthrope and Other Plays by Molière, 2010-01-01
  10. The Blunderer by Molière, 2006-11-03
  11. Classic French Drama: 21 plays by Molière in English translation, in a single file, improved 9/1/2010 by Molière, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, 2009-10-25
  12. The Cambridge Companion to Moliere (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  13. Moliere--Four Plays (The Bourgois Gentleman, The Doctor In Spite of Himself, The Affected Damsels, The Miser--regular edtition, and, The Miser--short edition (International Pocket Library) by Moliere, Carl Milo Pergolizzi, 1999-04-15
  14. The Bourgeois Gentleman (Plays for Performance) by Moliere, 2000-09-25

41. Crosscut Seattle - The Rep Updates Moliere With TV Comedy Riffs
JeanBaptiste Poquelin, better known as the French playwright Molière, died for The Imaginary Invalid, the play now at the Seattle Repertory Theater Rep updates Moliere with TV comedy r
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42. Moliere
When they returned to Paris in 1644, he had taken the name de Molière, the origin or significance of which is completely unknown.
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Jean Baptiste Poquelin (1622-73) Baptized in Paris, January 15, 1622, young Jean Baptiste was the son of a well-to-do merchant upholsterer. In 1633, he bought an office at court, valet de chambre tapissier ordinaire du roi , and obtained the rights of succession for his son in 1637. The same year Jean Baptiste was sent to the Jesuit College de Clermont where he studied science, grammar, Plautus and Terence. At some point he apparently studied law at a university, perhaps at Orleans; he probably studied philosophy for two years beyond Clermont, also perhaps at Orleans. In 1643, at the tender age of 21, he resigned his rights of succession to the office at court, drew out his share of his deceased mother's estate and compounded his own inheritance. Then in September he cast his lot with nine others and formed the Illustre Theatre with and around Madeleine Bejart, his mistress and business manager. They rented a tennis court to perform in but they apparently did not draw much of a crowd for, in October, they had moved to Rouen. When they returned to Paris in 1644, he had taken the name "de Molière," the origin or significance of which is completely unknown. After about a year of what must have been an unsuccessful enterprise, his father had to rescue him from debtors prison.

43. Molière (2007)
Molière Before he became a famous writer and dramatist, Molière (Romain Duris) was a failed actor who got tossed into jail by his.
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44. Moliere And His Theatre
Biographical sketch of moliere, related to the Indiana University Theatre and Drama production of The Misanthrope.
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By David G. Muller L'Ecole des Maris The School for Husbands L'Ecole des Femmes The School for Wives ), Le Misanthrope L'Avare The Miser Le Bourgeois gentilhomme The Would-Be Gentleman ), Les Femmes savantes The Learned Ladies , 1672) and Le Malade imaginaire The Imaginary Invalid L'Impromptu de Versailles The Rehearsal at Versailles The real injury I've done them is that I've been fortunate enough to make audiences laugh a little louder than they can. They've envied us for that ever since we came to Paris. But let them try whatever they wish; they won't disturb me. They criticize my plays? All the better! Heaven forbid that those plays should ever please them! I'd be most unhappy about that! Tartuffe Dom Juan (1665) after its first performances. Unlike Tartuffe , Le Misanthrope Le Malade imaginaire in February 1673.

45. Famous Moliere Quotes -ThinkExist
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47. DVD Talk Review: Moliere
There s a gap in the history of Molière, a small but mysterious hole where historians aren t quite sure what happened to the fabled author.

48. Molière (2007): Reviews
Molière has been released from prison by wealthy bourgeois, Monsieur Jourdain, who settled the young actor s debts on the understanding that he will teach
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based on 22 reviews Read critic reviews How did we calculate this? based on 5 votes Read user comments Rate this movie MPAA RATING: Not Rated Starring Romain Duris Fabrice Luchini Laura Morante Edouard Baer , and Ludivine Sagnier GENRE(S): Comedy WRITTEN BY: Gr©goire Vigneron Laurent Tirard DIRECTED BY: Laurent Tirard

49. DVD Verdict Review - Moliere
Appellate Judge James A. Stewart just finished watching another period film. Now when are they going to start making movies about commas and semicolons,
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"Your pranks are more touching than any tragedy."
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Written in the "language of Molière," as the playwright pompously puts it at one point in the movie, this 2007 French comedy with dramatic turns takes on the playwright's farcical style—with false identity, adultery, hypocrisy, and a husband in hiding to set a trap. Writer/director Laurent Tirard said in his commentary that he tried to keep the character of Molière close to historical reality, but found the rest of his inspiration in Molière's plays; it's Tirard's answer to a literary question: What happened during a gap in the accounts of Molière's life?
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focuses on its characters and draws its strength from its four central performances. Romain Duris (

50. Schaubuehne Am Lehniner Platz
moliere. by Feridun Zaimoglu, Günter Senkel und Luk Perceval Director Luk Perceval CoProduction with the Salzburger Festspiele Premiere August 2007

51. "Molière" - MOVIE REVIEW - Los Angeles Times -
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Laurent Tirard's fanciful biography of the young playwright lacks the spark of 'Shakespeare in Love.'
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52. Moliere Quotes
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53. Moliere - Reviews - Sunday Star-Times
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54. Moliere On LibraryThing | Catalog Your Books Online
Also known as moliere (translated By Morris Bishop), Morris moliere Translated By Bishop, Jean Baptiste Pooquelin De moliere, Donald M. moliere
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55. Moliere Movie Review (2007) From Channel 4 Film
A fictionalised account of the early career of French playwright Molière, and how it might have inspired his later comic masterpieces.

56. Project Gutenberg Edition Of Vie De Moliere (in French)
Vie de moliere (in French). by Voltaire Project Gutenberg Release 3644 (January 2003) Select author names above for additional information and titles

57. The Misanthrope By Moliere
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by Moliere, 1622 Main characters Alceste - He is in love with Celimene and very cynical about people and the way they act. Celimene - She is conceited and shallow being everything that Alceste dislikes in a person. Philinte - He is a good friend of Alceste but just the opposite in character since he is less frank and more sincere towards others. Arsinoe - She serves as a foil to Celimene being just as clever but less shallow. Minor Characters Eliante - She is Celimene’s good and reasonable cousin. Oronte - He is in love with Celimene and a writer of poetry. Clitandre - He is another suitor trying to gain the hand of Celimene. Setting Celimene’s apartment - There is very little action and very much dialogue in this play which takes place in this apartment. Plot Symbols Alceste - He symbolizes the cynicism and hypocrisy of the manners of the time. Philinte - He symbolizes the sometimes false goodness and friendship of people. lawsuits - This represents irony and the effects of telling the truth since Alceste is punished by Oronte with a lawsuit for telling the truth. Style This is a French tragic comedy written in Alexandrines which are couplets of 6 beats. It was translated into English iambic pentameter with rhymed couplets. The strong beat and rhyming of the dialogue flow well and enhance the supposed wit of the characters.

58. Succinct Moliere Karlheinz Stockhausen, Electronic Music Pioneer
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59. Moliere Quotes
A collection of quotes from the works of moliere. MOLIÈRE QUOTES. The Misanthrope. To esteem everything is to esteem nothing.
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The Misanthrope: To esteem everything is to esteem nothing. Solitude terrifies the soul at twenty.
He's a wonderful talker, who has the art
Of telling you nothing in a great harangue.
One should examine oneself for a very long time before thinking of condemning others.
She shows her zeal in every holy place,
Pure reason avoids extremes, and requires one to be wise in moderation.
He makes his cook his merit,
And the world visits his dinners and not him.
It is not reason that governs love.
The more we love our friends, the less we flatter them;
It is by excusing nothing that pure love shows itself.
Things are only worth what one makes them worth. Doubts are more cruel than the worst of truths. He who establishes his argument by noise and command shows that his reason is weak. Anyone may be an honorable man, and yet write verse badly.
If everyone were clothed with integrity,
If every heart were just, frank, kindly,
The other virtues would be well-nigh useless,
Since their chief purpose is to make us bear with patience
The injustice of our fellows.

60. Moliere - Essays & Papers
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