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Moliere's Plays: Tartuffe: In Contemporary American English

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The religious Madame Pernelle decides to leave her son Orgon's house because she finds their behavior immoral and decadent. Damis (her grandson) is a brat, and her granddaughter Mariane, a weakling. Moliere puts in Madame Pernelle's mouth the now famous saying about 'still waters' - "Good-luck! Grand-daughter, you play the prude, and to look at you, butter would not melt in your mouth. But still waters run deep, as the saying goes. And I do not like your clever doings at all." In contrast, she sees the new houseguest, ...

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Moliere's Plays: Tartuffe: In Contemporary American English
2014, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN-13: 9781499153682

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