Don Juan and Other Plays

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Jean Baptiste Poquelin, also known by his stage name, Moli re, 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

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  • Don Juan and Other Plays
  • Molière
  • English
  • 12 March 2018
  • 9780192835512

10 thoughts on “Don Juan and Other Plays

  1. says:

    Everyone is content I am the only one to suffer But who will pay my wages is how the play concludes and is stated by the comedic figure, Sganarelle The concluding lines encompasses the general feeling of the play, the play is home to many transgressive and terrible acts However, the comedic atmosphere in conjunction with the serious subject matter makes it a joy to read The figure of Don Juan crops up in French, Spanish and Italian literature, showing its far reaching influence and reach The play is crucial as it highlights many issues the exploitation of the class system, the blatant misogyny in traditional society and how justice prevails, whether it is in the legal, moral or natural form The play challenges the idea that those belonging to the upper classes are inherently noble , but rather, can display behaviours that are rather shocking this play shows this brilliantly.

  2. says:

    Moliere s play The Would Be Gentleman is nothing if not entertaining From the beginning, you follow Monsieur Jourdain, as he attempts to become a man of the highest ranking, and impress his true love, a Marquise named Dorimene Whether it is lessons in philosophy, music and dancing, or fencing, or lending money to a man he barely knows, M Jourdain spares no expense to reach his ultimate goal However, in doing so, he makes quite a fool of himself As the script progresses, M Jourdain finds himself in quite the predicament, without even realizing it Though a short read, The Would Be Gentleman offers an entertaining glimpse into the life of a man who endlessly tries to fake his status and reach a higher level, though he has everything he could possibly want already.

  3. says:

    The play that I will cover is called Would be Gentlemen It is a very comedic play which features Mister Jordain who tries to get into the aristocracy He goes through all the tricks and makes a fool of himself The best part of this book has to be all the times when him and his wife argue The fights primarily come from Mister Jordain doing dumb things like lending out money he should not, going to dinners uninvited, and rejecting offers he should not refuse This happens throughout the book and adds a lot of humor to the play All in all, the play is a must read who need a good laugh.

  4. says:

    the play The would be Gentleman was a very funny book because it pokes fun of at the main character, M Jourdian, the whole time the best part is that the M Jourdian does not even know it M Jourdian try s to move his way through social class through many different attempts however, not everything is what you expect this read is easy and entertaining due to the actions of M Jourdian M Jourdian is so desperate to achieve the role of a gentleman that he becomes gullible and acts ridiculous this book is a must read if you re into humor or making the upperclass look bad.

  5. says:

    The Would Be Gentleman, by Moli re is a comedy play in five acts that takes place in Jourdain s house, located in Paris Jourdain is a man that loves the life of a gentleman, and will be a gentleman by any means necessary Jourdain has plenty of people to teach him how to be a gentleman Jourdain, however, is completely oblivious to the fact that everybody thinks him a fool The play is full of jokes, pranks, and witty maneuvers, all at the express of the oblivious Jourdain.

  6. says:

    The would be gentlemen is the play I ve read about The play is so interesting because it tells you how low class people were usually smarter than rich or high class people Also, the wealth of people at that era had to be showed off in order to maintain a good dignity in the society I recommenced reading the play of The Would be Gentlemen.

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    This book by

  8. says:

    Brilliant And the translation is good too better than Donald M Frame s for Signet which can sound a little stilted.

  9. says:

    Acerbic and witty.

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