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Le Misanthrope

[French luh mee-zahn-trawp] /French lə mi zɑ̃ˈtrɔp/
a comedy (1666) by Molière. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • "I do believe you have really turned yourself misanthropical by reading 'Le Misanthrope,'" he said.

  • There are five acts in "Le Misanthrope," during which Celimene is almost constantly on the stage.

    El Dorado Baroness Orczy
  • After that anyone who treated the author of "Tartufe" and "Le Misanthrope" as a plagiarist would have been very badly received.

  • Le Misanthrope, that supreme comedy, shows us that art consists in the power of building a palace on a needle's point.

    The Firm of Nucingen Honore de Balzac

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