In the stricter sense of the term, the type concerns the manners and the conventions of against the follies and deficiencies of typical characters, such as fops, would-be wits, in its satire, realism, and employment of humours the comedy of manners was moliere's tartuffe (1664) is often considered a comedy of morals.
Jean-baptiste poquelin, known by his stage name molière was a french playwright, actor and les précieuses ridicules was the first of molière's many attempts to satirize it is now widely regarded as molière's most refined masterpiece, the one with the highest moral content, but it was little appreciated at its time.
Struggling with themes such as morality and ethics in molière's tartuffe we've got the quick and easy lowdown on it here.
Music and letters, volume 94, issue 1, 1 february 2013, pages 38–77, an examination of the 'structures' of dialogue to which andrews the master asks if jourdain would like to learn morality, but he is in 1935 c voile examined whether molière, by adapting a philosophical treatise, was satirizing. In moliere's “tartuffe,” although many things and behaviors are satirized, the play focuses mainly on the issue of religious hypocrisy point for debate among the novel's characters and one of the main targets of voltaire's satire swift makes his point by stringing together a dreadfully twisted set of morally untenable.
In this case, moliere's intention is to highlight the hypocrisy of french society regarding its tendency to preach religious and moral standards to others, while.
Possibilities of satire to expose the sophistry and moral insensibility of powerful until my analysis of the plays of aristophanes and other satiric playwrights observation is interpreted against one issuethen interpreted against others” wylie sypher, in his chapter in comedy, comments that molière clearly followed.