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The Man in the Iron Mask - Chapter 3, Who M. Jean Percerin was, Chapter 4, The Samples, and Chapter 5, Where, probably, Moliere formed his first idea of the bourgeois gentilhomme Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Who M. Jean Percerin was, Chapter 4, The Samples, and Chapter 5, Where, probably, Moliere formed his first idea of the bourgeois gentilhomme Summary

King Louis XIV's tailor, M. Jean Percerin, is from a long line of tailors to the king of France. He also works for some of the noblemen and women of France, but is very particular when choosing his clients. D'Artagnan brings Porthos to see Percerin. Porthos remembers that Percerin once turned him away. The tailor's servants wait at the shop, turning away customers for Percerin is engaged in making several suits for the king. D'Artagnan recognizes one of the servants as Moliere, a poet and playwright is who pretending to be a tailor's apprentice.

Chapter 4, The Samples

Moliere takes D'Artagnan and Porthos to see Percerin...

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