Reason vs Ignorance

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Both texts were convincing in showing who made sense and who did not. In Tartuffe, Moliere subtitled the play as “The Hypocrite.” This way, the reader was aware that someone in the story would be deceiving and possibly unreasonable. We immediately see the unreasonable character is Madame Pernelle when in Act I Scene I, she is criticizing everyone for the smallest things except Tartuffe...
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She calls her grandson foolish, her granddaughter secretive, and accuses her daughter-in-law for being too free with money along with other criticisms. We can also come to the conclusion that she is unreasonable due to the fact that she doesn’t show any virtuous actions, but yet praises Tartuffe for being virtuous...
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