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Definition of Tartuffe

Tartuffe
Tartuffe Tar*tuffe", Tartufe Tar*tufe", n. [F. tartufe.] A hypocritical devotee. See the Dictionary of Noted Names in Fiction.

Meaning of Tartuffe from wikipedia

- Tartuffe, or The Impostor, or The Hypocrite (/tɑːrˈtʊf, -ˈtuːf/; French: Tartuffe, ou l'Imposteur, pronounced [taʁtyf u lɛ̃pɔstœʁ]), first performed in...
- West End debut as Elmire in the 1991 Peter Hall Company production of Tartuffe, for which she won second prize at the Ian Charleson Awards. Hall then...
- Le tartuffe is a 1984 French comedy film directed by and starring Gérard Depardieu based on the play Tartuffe by Molière. It was screened in the Un Certain...
- Look up tartuffe in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Tartuffe is a 1664 comedy play by Molière. Tartuffe may also refer to: Tartuffe (1926 film), a German...
- Christmas Eve. He co-starred with his second wife, Jessica Walter, in Tartuffe at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in 1986, and they co-starred again in...
- 2001 Broadway revival of Noises Off. He performed in 2003 as Damis in Tartuffe. He performed in the 2003 Off-Broadway production of Scattergood, receiving...
- Tartuffe is an opera in three acts by Kirke Mechem. Mechem also wrote the English libretto. Based on the Molière's play Tartuffe, or the Impostor, it is...
- Parisians, Molière's satires attracted criticism from other circles. For Tartuffe's impiety, the Catholic Church in France denounced this study of religious...
- version of Molière's Tartuffe for the Royal Shakespeare Company. "Anil Gupta". Television Academy. Retrieved 22 June 2020. "Tartuffe | Royal Shakespeare...
- Tartuffe (Herr Tartüff) is a German silent film produced by Erich Pommer for UFA and released in 1926. It was directed by F. W. Murnau, photographed by...