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6 August, 11:15

How do Molieres characters play against expected gender roles in Tartuffe

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  1. 6 August, 11:32
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    Some characters (especially female ones) behave in a way that would have shocked the society in their day. What Moliere does is show us one character that does act as society would expect (Mariane) and then shows a contrast with other female characters, such as Elmire and Dorine. Mariane is the best example of the girl of the day - sweet and obedient. The other two women are representing girls in that society who are trying to break free.
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