Clitandre wishes to marry Henriette, her father approves; however, her mother, the intellectual Philaminte, has another suitor in mind—the pompous and pretentious poet Trissotin! Add into this mix a jealous sister, a libidinous aunt, and a pedantic beatnik and you get Moliere’s comedy of domestic bliss and intellectual uproar! Moliere’s play skewers intellectual pretension and reminds us that true learning can come in many forms!
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