Additional Resources for The Imaginary Invalid by Molière

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Calder, Andrew, Molière: The Theory and Practice of Comedy, Athlone Press, 1993.

Calder's clear and useful analysis of Molière's comedies discusses the dramatist's works in terms of overarching themes.

Fernandez, Ramon, Molière: The Man Seen through the Plays, translated by W. Follet, Hill and Wang, 1958.

This slightly dated biography nevertheless provides an interesting psychological approach to the dramatist.

Hall, H. Gaston, Comedy in Context: Essays on Molière, University Press of Mississippi, 1984.

This collection of essays explores Molière's comedies in terms of their literary context.

Hubert, Judd D., Molière and the Comedy of Intellect, University of California Press, 1962.

Hubert's book approaches each play from the standpoint of its intellectual themes.

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