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Essays & Analysis
Critical Essay by David Shaw
6,244 words, approx. 21 pages
In the following essay, Shaw considers Molière's ambiguity towards the issues brought forth in Dom Juan. That Dom Juan is the most ‘difficult’ play in the whole Moliè...
Critical Essay by Nathan Gross
11,947 words, approx. 40 pages
In the following essay, Gross presents an in-depth discussion of Molière's Dom Juan, focusing on the gestural nature of the play. Dom Juan, composed in the shadow of the banned Tartuffe,...
Critical Essay by Larry W. Riggs
2,532 words, approx. 9 pages
In the following excerpt, Riggs explores the role of the individual in society as presented in Molière's Dom Juan. In Molière's comedy, the desire to eliminate or avoid the...
Critical Essay by Beryl Schlossman
6,843 words, approx. 23 pages
In the following essay, Schlossman evaluates Molière's approach to portraying Dom Juan indirectly through other character interpretations of him. Quel diable de style! Ceci est bien pis ...
Critical Essay by Joy Sylvester
1,799 words, approx. 6 pages
In the following essay, Sylvester analyzes“la scène du Pauvre” from Molière's Dom Juan—a scene considered one of the most misunderstood in all of French drama...
Critical Essay by Michael Spingler
7,386 words, approx. 25 pages
In the following essay, Spingler concentrates on the scenic structure of Molière's Dom Juan and how the space itself questions the codes that govern court society. In Dom Juan, Moli...
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