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  • Publisher: Ricardo Reyes
  • Genre: Books
  • Released: 19 Oct, 2009
  • Size: 135.3 KB
  • Price: $1.99
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The Miser or the School of lying is a comedy by Molière in 5 acts and prose, created at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal, September 9, 1668. The subject is strongly inspired by a piece called La Marmite Plautus. The plot takes place in Paris. The rich and miserly Scrooge has two children: Elise, who is in love with Valere, a Neapolitan gentleman at the service of his father as steward, and Cleanthes who wishes to marry Mariane, a young woman living with her mother penniless. It does not support the greed of his father's love thwart his plans. Scrooge is terrified by an obsessive fear he hid in the garden, a cassette that contains ten thousand crowns, he discovers that fear and that the steals. Suspicious, he distrusts everyone, even his children, he will return to La Fleche, the servant of Cleanthes.

L'Avare ou l’École du mensonge est une comédie de Molière en 5 actes et en prose, créée au Théâtre du Palais-Royal le 9 septembre 1668. Le sujet est fortement inspiré d’une pièce de Plaute intitulée La Marmite. L'intrigue se passe à Paris. Le riche et avare Harpagon a deux enfants : Élise qui est amoureuse de Valère, un gentilhomme napolitain au service de son père en qualité d'intendant, et Cléante qui souhaite épouser Mariane, une jeune femme vivant chez sa mère sans fortune. Il ne supporte pas que l'avarice de son père contrarie ses projets amoureux. Harpagon est terrifié par une crainte obsédante : il a dissimulé dans le jardin, une cassette qui renferme dix mille écus d'or, il a peur qu’on la découvre et qu'on la lui vole. Suspicieux, il se méfie de tout le monde, même de ses enfants, il va jusqu'à renvoyer La Flèche, le valet de Cléante.

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