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Molière

(1622—1673) French dramatist


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Amphitryon. Ein Lustspiel nach Molière

Amphitryon. Ein Lustspiel nach Molière

Booking the Cooks: Literature and Gastronomy in Molière

COQUELIN, Ernest Alexandre Honoré (1848 - 1909), (Coquelin cadet); Sociétaire et Vice-doyen de la Comédie Française, un des acteurs les plus comiques de Paris; joua cinquante rôles de Molière; Médaille militaire, officier de la Légion d’honneur

Études littéraires: Ronsard, Molière, Bossuet, Racine, Rousseau, Chateaubriand, Apollinaire

Études sur ‘Dom Juan’ de Molière

Explications littéraires: Bossuet, Molière, Racine, Voltaire, Baudelaire

Farces du Grand Siècle: De Tabarin à Molière. Farces et petites comédies du XVIIe siècle

Finn, Thomas P. Molière's Spanish Connection: Seventeenth-Century Spanish Theatrical Influence on Imaginary Identity in Molière. New York: Peter Lang (Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures 81), 2001. 178 pp. £33. ISBN 0–8204–4121–X

FRENCH CLASSICAL DRAMA AND THE TENSION OF UTTERANCE: RACINE, MOLIÈRE, AND MADAME DE SAINT-BALMON

Granpré Molière, Marinus Jan

JETOT, Ernest Charles Molière (born 1845), Sculptor

Johanna Eleonora Petersen and the Reception of Molière in Germany

La Figure du pédant de Montaigne à Molière

Le Théâtre de Molière: une dynamique de la liberté. By Joseph Pineau. (Situation, 54). Paris — Caen, Lettres modernes Minard, 2000. 228 pp. Pb 190 F.

Maison de Molière

Mémoires de la vie d'Henriette‐Sylvie de Molière

Memoirs of the Life of Henriette-Sylvie de Molière

Memoirs of the Life of Henriette-Sylvie De Molière : A Novel

METADISCOURSES IN MOLIERE'S BARBOUILLÉ

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(pseudonym of Jean‐Baptiste Poquelin) (1622–73), French comic playwright and actor, and the creator of French classical comedy. His major plays include L'Avare (1669), Le Tartuffe (1664), Les Femmes savantes (1672), Le Misanthrope (1666), and Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (1660). His influence on English Restoration comedy exceeded that of Jonson; dramatists like D'Avenant, Dryden, Wycherley, Vanbrugh, and Shadwell quarried his plays for characters and situations.

Subjects: literature — theatre.


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