History Theatre / Tartuffe

8th Feb '18 8:25:16 PM PaulA
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* BlatantLies: After ignoring all evidence of Tartuffe's obvious hypocrisy against the counsel of everyone in his family, Orgon finally becomes convinced Tartuffe is a hoax and has the gall to claim he suspected Tartuffe of hypocrisy the whole time, after signing over all his property to the man!


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* KnewItAllAlong: After ignoring all evidence of Tartuffe's obvious hypocrisy against the counsel of everyone in his family, Orgon finally becomes convinced Tartuffe is a hoax and has the gall to claim he suspected Tartuffe of hypocrisy the whole time, after signing over all his property to the man!
8th Feb '18 7:42:32 PM DustSnitch
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* BlatantLies: After ignoring all evidence of Tartuffe's obvious hypocrisy against the counsel of everyone in his family, Orgon finally becomes convinced Tartuffe is a hoax and has the gall to claim he suspected Tartuffe of hypocrisy the whole time, after signing over all his property to the man!



%%* HidingBehindReligion

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%%* HidingBehindReligion* HidingBehindReligion: Tartuffe uses extremely public prayer and unsubstantiated claims of alms-giving to justify all his rude, greedy, and lustful behavior. When Orgon learns big T tried to seduce his wife, Tartuffe manages to get him to disbelieve the whole thing by vaguely admitting that he has committed spiritual adultery with his sins against God, using pious admissions of sinfulness to make it unthinkable that he committed the sins he committed five minutes before.
8th Feb '18 12:32:38 PM DustSnitch
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* AntagonistTitle
* ArrangedMarriage: Orgon tries to marry off his daughter Mariane to Tartuffe.

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* AntagonistTitle
AntagonistTitle: The title refers to Tartuffe, a lustful hypocrite who has fooled the family patriarch into thinking he's a holy man.
* ArrangedMarriage: Orgon tries to marry off his daughter Mariane to Tartuffe.Tartuffe, despite her furious objections and her previous engagement to the lovely Valère.



* ConMan: Tartuffe is basically one.
* DeadpanSnarker: Dorine, Mariane's handmaiden, has this trope in spades. Mariane isn't bad either.

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* %%* ConMan: Tartuffe is basically one.
* DeadpanSnarker: Dorine, Mariane's handmaiden, has this trope sees right through Tartuffe's lies and dryly mocks her masters for being taken in spades. Mariane isn't bad either.by his deceptions and for failing to do anything about when they do learn.



* DirtyOldMonk: Tartuffe is a lecher pretending to be a man of God.

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* DirtyOldMonk: Tartuffe is a lecher pretending to be a man of God.God while using his "holiness" to seduce a man's wife.



* HidingBehindReligion

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* %%* HidingBehindReligion



* HotBlooded: Damis

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* HotBlooded: DamisUpon finding out Tartuffe is a fraud, Damis can hardly contain his rage and goes to immediately to confront him, risking to expose Dorine's plan to oust him.



* INeedToGoIronMyDog
-->''TARTUFFE: Sir, it is half-past three; certain devotions \\
Recall me to my closet; you'll forgive me \\

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* %%* INeedToGoIronMyDog
-->''TARTUFFE: %%-->''TARTUFFE: Sir, it is half-past three; certain devotions \\
Recall me to my closet; you'll forgive me \\me\\



* MoralGuardian: Tartuffe acts like this in Orgon's house towards pretty much everything, from daily activities to fashion.

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* %%* MoralGuardian: Tartuffe acts like this in Orgon's house towards pretty much everything, from daily activities to fashion.



* ServileSnarker: Dorine.

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* ServileSnarker: Dorine.Dorine doesn't let her lowly status stop her from tearing apart the faulty logic of Madame Pernelle and Orgon.



* TakeThat: Against [[EvilJesuit casuistry]].

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* %%* TakeThat: Against [[EvilJesuit casuistry]].
17th Jan '18 2:06:28 PM StFan
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!!''Tartuffe'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!''Tartuffe'' !!''Tartuffe, ou, l'Imposteur'' provides examples of the following tropes:
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* DeusExMachina: At the end of the play [[spoiler: the King has Tartuffe sent to prison for numerous unspecified crimes.]] [[PanderingToTheBase It is a comedy, after all, made with King's money.]]

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* DeusExMachina: At the end of the play [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the King has Tartuffe sent to prison for numerous unspecified crimes.]] [[PanderingToTheBase It is a comedy, after all, made with King's money.]]



!!Particular productions or adaptations contain examples of:

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!!Particular productions or adaptations contain provide examples of:
15th Dec '17 4:19:06 PM snichols1973
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* SinisterMinister: Tartuffe.

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* SinisterMinister: Tartuffe.Tartuffe, who uses his faux charisma as a façade by which he can scheme against his host, Orgon.
14th Dec '17 9:54:55 PM snichols1973
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* SinisterMinister: Tartuffe.
21st Sep '17 6:22:30 PM PaulA
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* SettingUpdate: A translation by Australian playwright Justin Fleming sets the action in 21st-century Australia, making use of Aussie slang and incorporating a number of topical jokes. The deus ex machina at the end takes the form of a TV news crew finishing up an investigation into Tartuffe's activities.
* SettingUpdate: An adaptation by actor/author/comedian Andy Jones in rhyming couplets uses a setting of 1939 Newfoundland (that is, before confederation with Canada) and many words and phrases unique to the province.

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* SettingUpdate: SettingUpdate:
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A translation by Australian playwright Justin Fleming sets the action in 21st-century Australia, making use of Aussie slang and incorporating a number of topical jokes. The deus ex machina at the end takes the form of a TV news crew finishing up an investigation into Tartuffe's activities.
* SettingUpdate: ** An adaptation by actor/author/comedian Andy Jones in rhyming couplets uses a setting of 1939 Newfoundland (that is, before confederation with Canada) and many words and phrases unique to the province.
21st Sep '17 2:52:41 PM dgc
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* SettingUpdate: A translation by actor/author/comedian Andy Jones in rhyming couplets uses a setting of 1939 Newfoundland (that is, before confederation with Canada) and many words and phrases unique to the province.

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* SettingUpdate: A translation An adaptation by actor/author/comedian Andy Jones in rhyming couplets uses a setting of 1939 Newfoundland (that is, before confederation with Canada) and many words and phrases unique to the province.
21st Sep '17 2:50:25 PM dgc
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* SettingUpdate: A translation by actor/author/comedian Andy Jones in rhyming couplets uses a setting of 1939 Newfoundland (that is, before confederation with Canada) and many words and phrases unique to the province.
10th Jun '17 2:19:49 PM PaulA
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* [[RichInDollarsPoorInSense Rich in Livres Poor in Sense]]: Orgon. By the time he realizes Tartuffe is a fraud, [[spoiler: he's given the man the deed to his estate.]]

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* [[RichInDollarsPoorInSense Rich in Livres Poor in Sense]]: RichInDollarsPoorInSense: Orgon. By the time he realizes Tartuffe is a fraud, [[spoiler: he's given the man the deed to his estate.]]
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