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(Applause Books). Harpagon, the main determined, scheming miser in literature, starves his servants, declines to pay them, cheats his personal young ones if he can store (or make) a number of cash, and whilst his hoard of gold disappears, insanely accuses himself of being the thief. Dandin, during this rousing vintage, no longer formerly on hand in English for sixty years, is a guy in a plight that everyone yet him will locate pleasing.

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Caught you at it this time, madame, didn't I? Running loose, hey, while I'm asleep? How do you like it out of doors at this hour? ANGELIQUE What's wrong with taking a cool breath of night air? GEORGE DANDIN Yes, of course, it's the time for coolness. And heat, Madame Strumpet. I know the whole story, this meeting with your fop. I heard the gallant conversation and how you praised me. But my turn is coming. Your father and mother will be convinced at last. They'll see I have a legitimate complaint.

Who told you this, monsieur? MONSIEUR DE SOTENVILLE Somebody who insists that it is true. CLITANDRE This somebody is lying. I am a man of honor. Do you think me capable of such base conduct, monsieur? I, in love with a young and lovely lady who has the honor to be the daughter of Monsieur le baron de Sotenville! I have too much respect for you, and I am your obedient servant. Whoever told you that tale is a fool and an outright, unabashed liar. MONSIEUR DE SOTENVILLE All right, son-in-law. GEORGE DANDIN What?

CLAUDINE No. LUBIN Hell, I love you. CLAUDINE For real? LUBIN So help me God. CLAUDINE I'm thrilled. LUBIN When I look at you I feel my heart go bump, thump, jump. CLAUDINE You've just made my day. LUBIN What do you do to be so pretty? CLAUDINE The same as everyone else. LUBIN Look, no use beating around the bush. If you like, be my wife, I'll be your husband, and the two of us'll be husband and wife. CLAUDINE Maybe you'll be jealous like the master. LUBIN Not me. CLAUDINE I hate possessive husbands.

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