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Q 1 How important is the character of Cleante in Act I, Scene V (Act 1, Scene 5) of Tartuffe?...
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Select a quote from Tartuffee that supports making fun of religion as a whole or that supports...
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) In "Tartuffe," is the character of Cleante realistic to the period and is he an important? More...
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First things first. What does "Tartuffe" mean (from Moliere's Tartuffe)?
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How is Jean-Baptiste Moliere's Tartuffe representative of the Enlightenment?
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Discuss the importance of seeing in Moliere's Tartuffe—the function of deception and masks.
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Discuss the function of deception and masks in Tartuffe.
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InTartuffe which character is usually the audience's favorite and why?
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In what way is Orgon like his mother in Tartuffe?
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Tartuffe does not enter until the third act in Tartuffe. How does Moliere establish his hypocrisy...
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According to Oscar Brockett, “When Tartuffe was written in 1664, it was immediately denounced...
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In Tartuffe, by Molière, in relation to Madame Pernelle, what is funny about the first scene?
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What are some examples of Farce comedy in Tartuffe and The Misanthrope?
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What are some examples of satire comedy in Tartuffe and The Misanthrope?
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In Tartuffe and The Misanthrope, what are some examples of "comedy always jarring us with the...
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What are some examples in which in Tartuffe comedy is "kindly and even companionable, in the...
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What in an example from Tartuffe in which comedy is "humanely malign" according to Kronenberger's...
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Please discuss the reasons behind Moliere's satire, "Tartuffe", in its historical context.
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Please discuss gender inequality in Moliere's Tartuffe.
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Analyse events to compare and contrast sexual politics in the domestic arena of the plays...
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Discuss the women in Moliere's Tartuffe.Discuss Madame Pernelle, Mariane, Elmire, and Dorine, and...
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In Moliere's Tartuffe, there are many dramatic characters—how do these characters contribute to...
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how does moliere depict the monarchy in tartuffe?
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Looking at the various interpretations of Tarfuffe over time, if you were to see the play...
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Why have various productions of Tartuffe been considered controversial, starting with its being...
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What is Moliere's use of rhyme in Tartuffe?
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What are the defining visual images or motifs that recur in Tartuffe?
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What is Moliere's Tartuffe all about?Tartuffe by Moliere
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In Moliere's Tartuffe, list two characters, their flaw, and what it prevents.
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In Tartuffe, what is Moliere saying about common sense and reason?
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How does Tartuffe pretend to show t hat he is sincere and well intended in the play Tartuffe?
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Is Tartuffe an ignorant charlatan in Molière's Tartuffe?
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What writing, comments, can we write on the monologue/tirade of Cleante ? (Act 5, Scene 1)...
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Explain what both Dorine (in Tartuffe) and Sor Juana reveal about the status of women during the...
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Women take on a variety of characters in Molière's Tartuffe. How do these characters serve to...
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In Tartuffe, how does Moliere dramatize the relationship between convention and morality.
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In Tartuffe, the titular character represents religious hypocrisy. Who are some modern day...
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How are the other characters in "Tartuffe" employed to develop the theme of hypocrisy in Tartuffe...
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Explain the vices or problems Tartuffe represents and explain whether or not Tartuffe is the...
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Which character in Tartuffe best represents the "voice of reason" and why?
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In Tartuffe what specifically do you think Moliere's contemporaries found so objectionable about...
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In Tartuffe, how does Tartuffe uses deception and deceit to promote his personal agenda and what...
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Why does Moliere write Tartuffe in rhyming couplets?
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In Act IV of Tartuffe, why is Elmire confident that she can expose Tartuffe?
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Which characters in Moliere's Tartuffe exemplify the theme of Religious Hypocrisy versus True...
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In what ways do the conventions of French society play out in Tartuffe?
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In Tartuffe, describe the conflict between Mariane and Valere and who is to blame and why?
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Discuss the concept of masks as it applies to Tartuffe in Moliere's play Tartuffe.
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What is Dorine's analysis of the source of rumors about the family in Scene 1 of Act I in Tartuffe?
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What practices did the French church at this time use to reform family behavior? How is that...
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