Tartuffe and the Misanthrope

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Hackett Publishing, Sep 1, 2009 - Drama - 274 pages
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Prudence Steiner's lively prose translations remain close to the original French, giving us the speech of the characters in a slightly compressed and formalized language that echoes the effect created by Molière's verse.


Roger Herzel's thoughtful Introduction discusses Molière's life; Tartuffe, The Misanthrope, and the comic tradition; and the setting, casting, and style of the plays.

 

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Contents

The Misanthrope
135
Author Bios
240
Back Cover
241
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Roger W. Herzel is Professor Emeritus, Department of Theater and Drama, Indiana University, Bloomington.
 
Prudence L. Steiner took her Ph.D. at Harvard University, where she served as Lecturer and Director of the Harvard Extension School Writing Program.

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