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Approaches to Teaching Molière's Tartuffe and Other Plays

Editor(s): James F. Gaines, Michael S. Koppisch

Pages: xi & 166 pp.
Published: 1995
ISBN: 9780873527316 (cloth)
ISBN: 9780873527323 (paperback)

"Approaches to Teaching Molière's Tartuffe and Other Plays includes highly useful...background and pedagogical strategies for teaching Molière's plays. The editors...provide a bibliography useful to both French-reading and English-reading publics."
John D. Lyons, author of Exemplum: The Rhetoric of Example in Early Modern France and Italy

The plays of Molière are immensely popular with both teachers and students, perhaps because, as the editors of this collection of essays observe, they are "immediately accessible despite their being firmly rooted in the French seventeenth-century tradition." Noted Molière scholars suggest ways to present the plays, focusing on Tartuffe--"an easy play to teach, for beginning students and advanced graduate students alike find it engaging"-- and also discussing his other dramatic works.

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