Fiction Vs. Reality: A Comparison of Themes in "Tartuffe" and "Candide"
When reading a work of fiction, one has to be aware of different writing styles that will clue you into the information that the author wants one to pick up on. In the works, Molière's "Tartuffe" and Voltaire's "Candide" the themes of appearance vs. reality can be found. I will be discussing this theme which is both obvious and subtle depending on the author. I will be discussing the theme of appearance vs. reality.
In "Tartuffe", the character "Tartuffe" is touted as a holy zealous man that is supposed to be pious. …
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