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aguedita68: France marks 400 years of Moliere, master of stage and satire

newsaxes: Celebrating Moliere’s enduring legacy, 400 years on

Delafina777: 1) Don’t use this as an excuse for Islamophobia. 2) Don’t use this as an excuse to be anti-immigrant. 3) Don’t AllLivesMatter this. It’s not an attack on “all religious people.” It’s an attack on Jews. Center the victims.

StephanieBusari: One of the best parts of my French degree was discovering the works of Molière, the master satirist. I miss reading classic French literature and should do it more.

worstall: Questions in The Telegraph we can answer: No "France celebrates 400 years of Molière - but is he as good as Shakespeare?" 'Ee's foreign, inn'e?

macchanoco: From the article: When the French refer to their native tongue, it is as the "language of Moliere". France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

gellilyfdy: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

GDixon1977: France marks 400 years of Moliere, master of stage and satire

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GDixon1977: France marks 400 years of Moliere, master of stage and satire

arrroberts: "Who wrote the play about that guy who inherited the MDMA empire?" "Molière?" "Yes. Who wrote the play about that guy?"

RoyTindle: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

jondknight: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

HindustanTimes: Celebrating Moliere's enduring legacy, 400 years on

calfussman: "If you suppress grief too much, it can well redouble." -- Moliere

retweetnews2019: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

InadeBree: ‘I become quite melancholy and deeply grieved (...) Everywhere I find nothing but base flattery, injustice, self-interest, deceit and roguery. I cannot bear it any longer...’ - Molière Le Misanthrope, 1666 | Jean Béraud, Après la faute c.1885-1890

afridijalil: France honors master of theater Moliere on his 400th anniversary

trevorw1953: “Betrayed and wronged in everything, I’ll flee this bitter world where vice is king, And seek some spot unpeopled and apart Where I’ll be free to have an honest heart.” Molière, [The Misanthrope]

trevorw1953: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

baphometx: Celebrating Moliere's enduring legacy - His plays, such as "Tartuffe" or "Don Juan," were scandalous and banned. As the world celebrates Moliere's 400th anniversary, here's a look at the French playwright's works

Jimyjames4349: First it was in iambic pentameter to have the rhythm making it easy to emote to, then as I was connecting more thoughts seemlessly to the next I started finding the breathe of the character and then started writing it as though it were written by Moliere.

trevorw1953: “My hate is general, I detest all men; Some because they are wicked and do evil, Others because they tolerate the wicked, Refusing them the active vigorous scorn Which vice should stimulate in virtuous minds.” Molière, [The Misanthrope]

GeorgeMentz: Celebrating Moliere's enduring legacy, 400 years on

KevinKevintogo: France marks 400 years of Moliere, master of stage and satire.

WritingRen: Paris’s ‘House of Molière’ wishes happy 400th birthday to French theatre legend

caseidl: Happy 400-year birthday to legendary French playwright, poet, and satirist, Molière.

matthewjdowd: happy bday French playwright Molière, b.1622. "Life is a tragedy to those who feel and a comedy to those who think.” “One ought to examine himself for a very long time before thinking of condemning others.”

RngInterviews: Four centuries after Molière's birth: The legacy of France's most succes...

Catman_Rilea: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright...

France24_en: ▶️ France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

news_wep: France marks 400 years of Molière, the most represented playwright in the world

lmontanad: In Fort Pierce,FL at McAlpin Theatre of IRSC to enjoy their version of ‘The Imaginary Invalid’ by Moliere, a ridiculous satire indicating just how far Medical Science has come. By coincidence, Moliere is turning 400yo today! Hope your Sat is just as enjoyable! ☀️

ulla234: 400 years of Molières birthday spending an evening in the theater, but not with Molière but Notre-Dame de Paris in theatre du Parc

charles_xuereb: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation's defining playwright

StevePadilla2: In honor of copy editors everywhere, this from Moliere, both this day: “Grammar, which knows how to control even kings.”

baphometx: Molière at 400: Meet the playwright, actor and poet with the greatest legacy in French literature

dwnews: Moliere's plays, such as "Tartuffe" or "Don Juan," were scandalous and banned. As the world celebrates his 400th anniversary, here's a look at the French playwright's works:

jmhamiltonblog: The story centers on the serial seducer Don Juan, the European archetype of a womanizer whose character inspired numerous writers, Moliere among them.

jmhamiltonblog: "Tartuffe" (French title: "Tartuffe, ou l'Imposteur") launched Moliere's reputation as a scandalous writer. It premiered on May 12, 1664, at Versailles.

jmhamiltonblog: During his lifetime, the French dramatist Moliere elevated comedy to a level of respect and importance once exclusively reserved for tragedy.

RobinMacNab: Celebrating Moliere′s enduring legacy, 400 years on. His plays, such as "Tartuffe" or "Don Juan," were scandalous and banned. As the world celebrates Moliere's 400th anniversary, here's a look at the French playwright's works.

danaturg: Watched some of the Comédie-Française Molière celebration. Two women in the company said they would rather play roles Molière wrote for men, and I feel like…could you try just casting them in those roles?

Atticus_pl: 400 years ago, on Jan. 15, 1622, Molière (1622-1673) was born. Actor,director,playwright,head of the court troupe of Louis XIV, author of 'Tartuffe', 'The Misanthrope' & 'L'Avare' & other famous comedy works of the 17th c.

DeniseS32820119: Celebrating Moliere's enduring legacy, 400 years on

CeciliaQui1: "The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them. " Molière. ✍August Ro

RILMMusicLit: Check out "Molière and music", a post that RILM's bloggers conceived in honor of his 400th anniversary of birth.

travelerapps: France celebrates 400 years of Molière, the nation’s defining playwright • FRANCE 24 English

edithmayhall: It's Molière's 400th birthday. Comedy today wouldn't be the same without him. A proper actor-manager, he led his cast in classics-inspired Le Misanthrope & Amphitryon (as Sosie=Mercury), & wisely said “Life's a tragedy to those who feel & a comedy to those who think.” Je l’adore

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AFP: France launches Saturday a year of events to mark the 400th anniversary of Moliere, the nation's most illustrious and ever popular master of the stage and satire

StevenIsserlis: Lovely, positive thoughts from Molière (b otd 1622): "It is a fine seasoning for joy to think of those we love." "The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit." "The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it." But: "We die only once, and for such a long time."

lifelearner47: Happy Birthday Molière, 400 years old today. and still making us double up with laughter. (ps, nice hair, not sure about the moustache)

UomoeleganteIt: Molière at 400: Meet the playwright, actor and poet with the greatest legacy in French literature read on

allrightblog: Today is the 400th birthday of Jean-Baptiste Poquelin aka Molière. Also on this day, in the momentous year of 69, M. Salvius Otho was proclaimed Roman Emperor following the murder of Ser. Sulpicius Galba.

guardianstage: Paris’s ‘House of Molière’ wishes happy 400th birthday to French theatre legend

patrickgduffy: "If you have lost your speech: medical advice from Molière.... I wish you a good weekend."

DelalandeYohann: French is often called the language of Molière, and it's quite interesting to see it from the perspective of Shakespeare's language.

_FranceInFocus: Four centuries after Molière's birth: The legacy of France's most successful playwright

jacktshannon: “It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do.” ~ Moliere

bodegaincense: I share a birthday with Martin Luther King Jr, Pitbull, Sonny Moore, Ben Shapiro, Shane McMahon, Charo, and Molière. This proves Astrology to be garbage.

remsolympus: I GROW ROWS OF ROWS OF ROOOSES FLOR DE MAYOOO BY MILEEEEEEES damn moliere could never

jondknight: Four centuries after Molière's birth: The legacy of France's most successful playwright

OrkneyPixie: Molière at 400: Meet the playwright, actor and poet with the greatest legacy in French literature

firousi: "It is not only what we do, but also what we do not do, for which we are accountable." Jean Baptiste Moliere

aljopainter: It's Friday night, watchin' TV. What's on the tube? Live Broadcast of "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" in honor of the 400th birthday of Molière. It's a change from NCIS.

France24_en: ▶️ Four centuries after Molière's birth: The legacy of France's most successful playwright

travelerapps: Molière: The French Shakespeare celebrates his 400th birthday • FRANCE 24 English

nestruck: At 400, French playwright Molière’s satirical eye is a sharp as ever in the age of the internet and ivermectin

travelerapps: Four centuries after Molière’s birth: The legacy of France’s most successful playwright

Magic2Quote: 400th anniversary of Molière's birth Molière: The tree that blossoms late is the tree that gives the best fruit. You can check it out on

theodorefisher: Just saw it’s Moliere’s 400th birthday. It seems like just yesterday he was in his late 300s. Time really does fly.

TuThanhHa: Our theatre critic with a timely reminder that the Stratford Festival also has a long association with Molière.

France24_en: ▶️ Molière: The French Shakespeare celebrates his 400th birthday

BanglaViral: Molière at 400: Meet the playwright, actor and poet with the greatest legacy in French literature

JChapman1729: The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit. - Moliere

RobinAyoub: The Exchange Theatre, a French-English company based in London, has just released a documentary about its version of "The Misanthrope", which it set in a modern-day newsroom to highlight Moliere's focus on truth and lies

hekasia: Paris’s ‘House of Molière’ wishes happy 400th birthday to French theatre legend

user9888: It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do. John Baptiste Moliére

sukasukasaja3: It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do. (Moliere)

moliere_tzu: Very excited for my new Elgato Wave 3 mic! It's set up on the Mac side of my laptop (so easy) but I still need to do the Windows-side setup (slightly less easy but still not bad). I'll test it out Saturday in a solo stream!

VicNiederhoffer: nobedy asked me but the new appointees of the new administations make me think of a G and S or Moliere play . Stay close to your desk and never go to sea and your may wind us a head of the queens navy, especiallly the DA's who refuse to arrest anyone

ingo_don: Molière (15/1/1622-17/2/1673) Betrayed and wronged in everything, I’ll flee this bitter world where vice is king, And seek some spot unpeopled and apart Where I’ll be free to have an honest heart. Molière, The Misanthrope

ingo_don: Molière (15/1/1622-17/2/1673) "The more we love someone, the less we flatter them; it is by excusing nothing that true love shows itself."

ingo_don: Molière (15/1/1622-17/2/1673) "Writing is like prostitution. First you do it for love, and then for a few close friends, and then for money."

GlanVon: “Trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit.” — Moliere

aw_journal2021: 400 years of Moliere: ten little-known facts about the great comedian

globeandmail: Molière: At 400, the French playwright’s satirical eye is a sharp as ever in the age of the Internet and Ivermectin thanks to new translations and adaptations

HDNER: Moliere: 400 years as master of the French stage

CaravaggioGhost: It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do. ~ Moliere

inbleuwetrust: Molière 400th birthday will be starting with me rereading all plays again , watching every documentary and tv show / films on him . his life and plays .

guardianstage: Paris’s ‘House of Molière’ wishes happy 400th birthday to French theatre legend

publicradionerd: Paris’s ‘House of Molière’ wishes happy 400th birthday to French theatre legend

sk8erboi1988: My hate is general, I detest all men; Some because they are wicked and do evil, Others because they tolerate the wicked, Refusing them the active vigorous scorn Which vice should stimulate in virtuous minds. The Misanthrope, Act I. Eight Plays by Moliere

ChristaKinde: "I always do the first line well, but I have trouble with the others." —Moliere amwriting

Deep_Desires: One shouldn't put much stock in reports of alien abductions, but if they're anything like what Juno experienced, it begs the question: where the hell do I sign up? The Abduction, by Serge de Moliere. Available now!

guardianstage: Paris’s ‘House of Molière’ wishes happy 400th birthday to French theatre legend

bourne_2_learn: "It is not what we do, but also what we do not do, for which we are accountable." [Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (Molière) 17th cent French playwright, actor and poet]

Bonjour_Paris: Letter from Paris: Mulch, Moliere's birthday, three self-tests and a funeral...

Berti_and_Ernie: A lover tries to stand in well with the pet dog of the house. Molière



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