Le Tartuffe by Molière
Dès sa première représentation, en 1664, Le Tartuffe provoqua le scandale : Louis XIV, sous l'influence du parti des dévots, healthy interdire l. a. pièce. Qualifiée de " diabolique " et d'" immorale ", l'œuvre ne fut autorisée de représentation qu'au terme de cinq années de luttes et de polémiques - cinq années pendant lesquelles le dramaturge remit son ouvrage sur le métier, pour aboutir à l. a. model que nous connaissons. Satire de los angeles fausse dévotion et des excès de los angeles bigoterie, jalon majeur du débat sur l. a. moralité au théâtre, Le Tartuffe est sans conteste l'une des plus acides comédies de Molière.
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