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  1. The dramatic works of Moliere: rendered into English by Henri Van Laun ; illustrated with nineteen engravings on steel from paintings and designs by Horace ... and Hersent; complete in six volumes.. by 1622-1673 Molière, 2010-09-07
  2. Tartuffe by Molière, 2006-11-03
  3. Classic French Drama: 7 plays by Molière, in the original French, in a single file, improved 9/1/2010 (French Edition) by Molière, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, 2009-10-24
  4. One-Act Comedies of Moliere: Seven Plays (Actor's Moliere, Vol 4) by Moliere, 2000-06-01
  5. Sganarelle, Or, the Self-Deceived Husband by Molière, 2010-04-02
  6. The Plays of Moliere in French: With an English Translation and Notes by a. R. Waller, and an Introduction by George Saintsbury. Illustrated With Thirty One Etchings After Leloir (V.2 ) (1907 ) by Moliere, 2009-10-21
  7. Les Precieuses Ridicules (Dodo Press) (French Edition) by Moliere, 2008-12-26
  8. The Doctor in Spite of Himself and The Bourgeois Gentleman: The Actor's Moliere Vol. 2 by Moliere, 2000-04-01
  9. Amphitryon by Molière, 2010-07-24
  10. Tarte a LA Creme: Comedy and Gastronomy in Molieres Theater by Ronald W. Tobin, 1990-02
  11. Memoirs of the Life of Henriette-Sylvie de Moliere: A Novel (The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe) by Madame de Villedieu, 2004-05-01
  12. Le Malade Imaginaire. English by Moliére, 2009-10-04
  13. Moliere's Tartuffe or the Impostor
  14. La Vie de M. de Molière (French Edition) by Jean-Léonor De Grimarest, 2010-04-02

61. Vie De Malchance - C’est La Guerre. » Moliere
A recent film exploring the life of my fav French 17th century comedian showed up in the mail from Blockbuster.

62. Hôtel Molière - Cannes French Riviera
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63. MOLIERE (1622-1673) - Online Information Article About MOLIERE (1622-1673)
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64. The Wondering Minstrels (poet)
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65. Molière Media : OUPblog
To read some plays by moliere check out The Misanthrope, Tartuffe and Other Plays or Don Juan and Other Plays. To listen click the “play” button below.
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    Filed in A-Editor's Picks A-Featured Art Film ... How to Read a Film: The World of Movies, Media, Multimedia: Language, History, Theory got the chance to interview Laurent Tirard, writer and director of Moliere , a new film about the famous playwright. To read some plays by Moliere check out The Misanthrope, Tartuffe and Other Plays or Don Juan and Other Plays James Monaco : The idea is that in a period early in his life, when Moliere disappeared from the scene, he had a domestic adventure that gave him the material for some of his best plays later on. Was that the idea from the beginning? Laurent Tirard : It wasn’t really. Everything started with the plays, really. With me rediscovering Moliere’s plays three years ago. Like everybody in France I had studied Moliere in school and I was much too young to appreciate it, you know I was probably twelve, thirteen, and I didn’t think much of it at the time, I didn’t realize you know, I didn’t understand why he was being treated as such a great author. I didn’t find it very funny. And then three years ago, a little by accident I read Le Maison Trap, and you know reading it, at 40, with much different life experience, I realized how brilliant it was, really, and how wrong I’d been about Moliere.

66. Moliere
A costume drama that doesn’t take itself too serious.
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DVD : comments: By Stefan Halley When I first went to college, my major was theatre. I studied and read all manner of plays including those of the French playwright, Moliere. His farces are simply brilliant and they have stuck with me to this day. I was excited to see a movie based on his life. The film Moliere takes an unknown moment in the playwrights history and imagines what happened. There is a bit of time where no one knows what happened to him and writer/director Laurent Tirard and co-writer Gregoire Vigneron use his play Tartuffe as a basis to explain what happened.

67. Moliere - Definition Of Moliere By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus And Enc
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68. Moliere DVD Movie
moliere DVD movie video $23.05 in stock at CD Universe, Starring Romain Duris; Ludivine Sagnier; Laura Morante; Fabrice Luchini; Edouard Baer; Fanny Valette

69. Hotel Molière Hotel Review Cannes
Hotel Molière Frommer s Highly Recommended Web site, Room Information, 24 units. Prices, 80€-124€ ($104-$161) double;

70. IPL Online Literary Criticism Collection
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71. Moliere - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Moliere
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, and on his return to Paris produced (1659). His satires include Le Misanthrope (1670), and (1673). Other satiric plays include Tartuffe (1666), and Le Fagotier became L'Etourdi and Corneille's tragedy Le Docteur amoureux . As before the Parisian public he gave , in which the words are only a pretext for music and dancing. Sganarelle , and L'Ecole des femmes , in which, as in L'Ecole des maris and In 1664 , and the first three acts of Tartuffe were performed. Tartuffe was an attack upon hypocrisy in religion, and its potential to flourish in the home of a devout bourgeois citizen. The religious community, Jesuits and Jansenists alike, feared the satire was, or would be thought to be, of more general application, and they prevailed upon Louis XIV to suppress it. Only after five years was the whole play authorized and played with extraordinary success 1669. Don Juan , and Le Malade imaginaire Le Misanthrope George Dandin 1668 shows that distrust comes to be the essential characteristic of the miser, and

72. Moliere; "Le Tartuffe Ou L'Imposteur"
1664, France The first three acts were given repeatedly at court, but moliere could not get permission for a public performance.
Moliere; "Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur"
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"Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur," 1664-1669: A satire on religious hypocrisy. Tartuffe portrayed a pious crook so firmly established in a bourgeois household that the master promises him his daughter and disinherits his son. At the time it was common for directors of conscience to be placed in families to reprove and reform conduct. When this "holy" man is caught making love to his employer's wife, he recovers by masterly self reproach and persuades the master not only to pardon him but also to urge him to see as much of his wife as possible.
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1664, France: "Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur" banned from the public stage by Louis XIV who, nevertheless, read it aloud to an audience which included high dignitaries of the Church. 1667: While the King was away in Flanders, the play was given as "The Impostor."
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1664, France: The first three acts were given repeatedly at court, but Moliere could not get permission for a public performance. During these years the church called him "a demon in human flesh," closed his theater, and tore down his posters. 1667: The theater was ordered closed by the Chief of Police, and the Archbishop of Paris laid a ban of excommunication on all who might act in the play, read it, or see it. 1669: Permission was granted by the King to perform the play in public.

73. Moliere - Research And Read Books, Journals, Articles At Questia
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74. Molière - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
JeanBaptiste Poquelin, also known by his stage name, Molière, (January 15, 1622 – February 17, 1673) was a French playwright and actor who is consideredère
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Jean-Baptiste Poquelin , also known by his stage name Moli¨re January 15 February 17 ) was a French playwright and actor who is considered one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. Among Moli¨re's best-known dramas are Le Misanthrope The Misanthrope L'Ecole des femmes The School for Wives Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur Tartuffe or the Hypocrite L'Avare ou l'‰cole du mensonge The Miser Le Malade imaginaire The Imaginary Invalid ), and Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme The Bourgeois Gentleman From a prosperous family and having studied at the Jesuit Clermont College (now Lyc©e Louis-le-Grand ), Moli¨re was well suited to begin a life in the theatre. Thirteen years as an itinerant actor helped to polish his comic abilities while he also began writing, combining

75. Molière (2007)
Directed by Laurent Tirard. With Romain Duris, Fabrice Luchini, Laura Morante. Visit IMDb for Photos, Showtimes, Cast, Crew, Reviews, Plot Summary,
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76. Molière's Miser
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77. Village Voice > Film > Tracking Shots: Moliére By Ella Taylor
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79. Molière Biography And Analysis
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80. C'EST IT AIN'T SO - New York Post
July 27, 2007 THE Great Playwrights for Dummies series that began with Shakespeare in Love continues with Molière, a French clone of that grating and
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Loading new images... Rating: July 27, 2007 THE Great Playwrights for Dummies series that began with "Shakespeare in Love" continues with "Molière," a French clone of that grating and smarmy Best Picture winner. If you liked the earlier movie, though, you'll probably like "Molière." This time, the future master of theater (smoldering Romain Duris of "Russian Dolls") is a 22-year-old failed actor languishing in debtors prison when a rich merchant (Fabrice Luchini) offers to pay off his creditors if Molière will help write a romantic play meant to ensnare the luscious marquise, Celimene (Ludivine Sagnier of "Swimming Pool"). Very little of this is funny in 2007, but you chuckle to show that you're sophisticated enough to understand that it was funny 300 years ago, or to indicate recognition of the name "Tartuffe."

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