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A critical analysis of the three petitions Moliere wrote to King Louis to persuade him to lift the ban of Tartuffe
The play Tartuffe, by Moliere, is a work that was created to show people a flaw in their human nature. In this play Moliere targets religious hypocrites and he uses realistic characters that brings about harsh criticism by the public. The play pleased the King, but he banned it from public performance because of strong objection by officials of the Catholic Church.
Moliere protested that the play get permission for a public performance by writing three petitions to the King Louis. The king was baffle because he listened to the negative comments the public and member of the church presented…
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