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Essay #1 Revised - Justin Joseph Prof. Lawrence 2/8/2005...

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Justin Joseph 2/8/2005 Prof. Lawrence REVISED Essay In the play, Tartuffe , Moliere expresses his views on religious society. He does this by making a farce out of the main characters, Tartuffe. Tartuffe most likely symbolizes the negative experiences Moliere had with many men in the religious community. Tartuffe is portrayed as someone who is deceitful and convincing, yet he is revered in the religious community. Moliere also uses other characters, such as Dorine, Cleante, and Elmire as a vehicle to express his own personal dislike towards religious hypocrisy. Dorine has a clear understanding of how the common religious hypocrite operates. She is not easily swooned by their religious prestige or their charisma. She understands that they hide behind a false façade in order to “camouflage their own transgression” (316). She knows that Tartuffe is really a “man with horns upon his brow” who “has made his wife the thing that she is now” (326). Dorine understands that Tartuffe isn’t really as pious as he would like people to think
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PSY 3042 taught by Professor Engle-friedman during the Fall '05 term at CUNY Baruch.

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