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THE SATIRIC ELEMENT IN TARTUFFE
AN INTERPRETATION BASED
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ambition Anatomy of Satire aspect avarice bien Boileau bon sens character of Orgon character of Tartuffe classical literature classical tradition Cleante client College de Clermont comic concept considered corruption Damis demens depicted desires Dorine Drusus elements Elmire Epicureanism Epistles especially evil excess fact Fairclough finds fool Gilbert Highet Greek Gummere Highet homme Horace and Juvenal Horace's hypocrisy ideal influence Jesuit Juvenal's King laughter literary Loeb Classical Library Louis XIV Lucilius Lucretius lust Maecenas Michaut Moliere Moliere Paris Moliere's play Moliere's Tartuffe moral Naevolus nature of Tartuffe Orgon and Tartuffe Orgon's family Orgon's household parallels parasite particularly passions patron philosophy Plautus plot presented qu'il relationship religion religious hypocrite reveal Roman satire Satires of Horace Satires VIII satirist scene Schimberg seduction seen Sejanus and Tartuffe Seneca sophrosyne statement Stoic Stoicism suggested Tacitus Tartuffe and Orgon Tartuffe's actions Tartuffe's character theme Theophrastus Tiberius vices Virro virtue wisdom