Neoclassicism and Tartuffe Overview

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Neoclassicism and Tartuffe Overview Terms Verisimilitude Neoclassicism Decorum Perspective Representational Stock Sets Lines of Business Questions to Consider
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What happened in 1642? What were the audiences like in French Court Theatre? What were the innovations in Neoclassical Theatre? What was Louis XIV’s slogan and why? What was the verisimilitude of Neoclassicism (the ideals)? What are the ‘three unities’ How did set design change during Neoclassicism? What was the performance style like during this time?
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Unformatted text preview: • Be able to identify a picture or diagram. Tartuffe Satire Piety Hypocrisy Questions to Consider • Did the play follow all the Neoclassical Ideals? o What could happen in everyday life o Decorum o Three unities • What is a dramatic action statement for the play? • What are the given circumstances of the play? • What are some complications for the play? • What is the climax of the play? • Which characters in Tartuffe are hypocrites? • What characters in Tartuffe are pious?...
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