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The Misanthrope

Moliere

The Misanthrope, translated by Martin Crimp, is a blistering contemporary version of Molière’s Le Misanthrope, a fierce argument between conformity, manners, and destructive truth-telling.

Format
Paperback
ISBN
9780571179091
Date Published
19.02.1996
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Moliere

Molière (1622-73) was born Jean Poquelin, the son of a prosperous upholsterer of Paris. His father was attached to the service of the King and Molière was intended to succeed him. However, in 1643 he changed his surname and joined a family of actors, the Béjarts. Encouraged by their touring success the group returned to Paris and performed in front…

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