Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Moliere's Tartuffe

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Tartuffe is written by a well-known French playwright named Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Molière. According to the Eight Plays by Molière, “he is the unquestioned champion” in the genre of dramatic comedy. Tartuffe was first presented in the festival of Versailles as a three-act play. It is about a hypocrite, named Tartuffe, who poses as a religious and pious man in order to gain trust, so he can manipulate people around him. And because Orgon wants to be closer to God, he accepted Tartuffe into his own house. He trusted him so much that he wants Mariane, Orgon’s daughter, to marry Tartuffe and let him be the heir of his properties. But not everyone adores Tartuffe because other family members of Orgon want to expose Tartuffe’s true nature. The

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