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The Doctor in Spite of Himself (Dramatised)

By: Moliere
Narrated by: NBC University Theater
Length: 56 mins
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Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, mostly known by his stage name Molière, wrote The Doctor in Spite of Himself in the 17th century. It's the story of Sganarelle, who is mistaken for a reputable doctor, even though, as an alcoholic woodcutter, he has no idea what a doctor should know. In turn, he helps a girl who has "lost" her voice as well as her lover.

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GOOD OLD FASHIONED FARCE

Every now and again we enjoy a good old fashioned farce à on those special and peculiar days, who better than the devout eccentric verbal acerbic Moliere whom is good for a cheeky giggle and crazy afternoon.