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Wilbur is at the peak of his form in this stellar translation of an unusual Molière play-­populated with Greeks and Greco-­Roman gods and flavored with the essences of vaudeville, fan-­tasy, high comedy, farce, and even opera. Afterword by Ric...

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EXTRAIT: ACTE I Scène première Done Elvire, Élise. Done Elvire Non, ce n’est point un choix qui pour ces deux amants, Sut régler de mon cœur les secrets sentiments ; Et le Prince n’a point dans tout ce qu’il peut être, Ce qui fit préférer l’amour qu’il fait paraître. Dom Sylve comme lui fit briller à mes yeux Toutes les qualités d’un héros glorieux ; Même éclat de vertus, joint à même naissance, Me parlait en tous deux pour cette préférence ; Et je serais encore à nommer le vainqueur, Si le mérite seul prenait droit sur un cœur. Mais ces chaînes du ciel qui tombent sur nos âmes Décidèrent en moi le destin de leurs flammes ; Et toute mon estime, égale entre les deux, Laissa vers Dom Garcie entraîner tous mes vœux. Élise Cet amour que pour lui votre astre vous inspire N’a sur vos actions pris que bien peu d’empire ; Puisque nos yeux, Madame, ont pu longtemps douter Qui de ces deux amants vous vouliez mieux traiter. Done Elvire De ces nobles rivaux l’amoureuse poursuite, À de . . .

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Moliere definitely would have enjoyed all of the contemporary guffaws that Mooney'­s irreverent version of this timeless comedy provokes from a modern audience. FREE, and ready for download now!

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According to Wikipedia: "Jean-­Baptiste Poquelin, also known by his stage name Molière, (January 15, 1622 - February 17, 1673) was a French playwright and actor who is considered one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. Among Molière'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'École du mensonge (The Miser), Le Malade imaginaire (The Imaginary Invalid), and Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (The Bourgeois Gentleman).­"

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Molière (eigentlich Jean-­Baptiste Poquelin) war ein französischer Schauspieler, Theaterdirektor und Dramatiker. Er ist einer der großen Klassiker und machte die Komödie zu einer der Tragödie potenziell gleichwertigen Gattung. Vor allem erhob er d...

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The NHB Drama Classics series presents the world's greatest plays in affordable, highly readable editions for students, actors and theatregoers. The hallmarks of the series are accessible introductions (focussing on the play's theatrical and histo...

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By French playwright, Moliere. The King, who would have nothing but what was magnificent in all that he undertook, wished to give his Court an entertainment that would comprise all that the stage could furnish. To facilitate the execution of so vast an idea, and to link so many different things, his Majesty chose for the subject two rival princes who, in the lovely valley of Tempe, where the Pythian Games were to be celebrated, vied with each other in fêting a young princess and her mother with all imaginable gallantries. Download it now!

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In this play by French playwright Moliere, young lovers are balked by
elders, and aided by clever servants. Download it today!

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According to Wikipedia: "Jean-­Baptiste Poquelin, also known by his stage name Molière, (January 15, 1622 - February 17, 1673) was a French playwright and actor who is considered one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. Among Molière'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'École du mensonge (The Miser), Le Malade imaginaire (The Imaginary Invalid), and Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (The Bourgeois Gentleman).­"

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A five-­act comedy/ballet by French playwright, Moliere. Download it today!

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