Bibliocollège – Les Fourberies de Scapin, Molière

June 6, 2018

• Author : Molière, Anne-France Grénon and Cécile Meneu
• Pages : 144 Sheet
• Publisher : Hachette Education (April 13, 2016)
• Collection : Bibliocollège
• ISBN-10: 2013949677
• ISBN-13: 978-2013949675
• Product Dimensions : 12.5 x 0.7 x 18 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Ebook, DOCx and Mobipocket
• Price : 3,00 FREE !!!
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♦ Description : “Octavian and Leander learn that their respective fathers return from their journey with the firm intention of marrying them to strangers. One of them has just married Hyacinte secretly and the other has promised the marriage to a young gypsy. What to do in such a situation? One solution: call the valet Scapin to the rescue.”

• Annotated full text
• Questionnaires throughout the text
• Iconographic documents exploited
• A folder Reading pictures and history of the Arts
• A presentation of Molière and the theater in the seventeenth century
• An overview of the genre of comedy
• A group of texts: “The valets and their masters

Author Biography

Biography

“Molière”

Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, known as Molière, is a playwright, actor and conductor of French theater.

Considered the patron of the Comédie-Française, he is still the most played author. Ruthless for the pedantism of false scientists, the lie of ignorant doctors, the pretensions of wealthy bourgeois, the hypocrisy of false devotees, Molière loves the youth he wants to free from absurd constraints.

Molière remains since the seventeenth century the most played and most read authors of comedies of French literature, each era finding in him modern themes. It is also one of the pillars of literary education in France. French is also nicknamed ‘the language of Molière’.”