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“Thrope is short for anthopo, human, as in Misanthrope.”
“Somebody put the "Misanthrope" into his hands, "It is wonderfully clever," he said, when he returned it;”
“Keira, 24, is currently starring in 'Misanthrope' at the London Comedy Theatre, while Rupert just began a run in the 'The Little Dog Laughed' at the Garrick Theatre in the British capital.”
“Misanthrope" got the heads banging even harder before the band closed with "Perennial Quest" with some intensely brutal vocals, which actually worked well for Chosen and balanced the soulful lead guitar work.”
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“Keira Knightley Makes West End Debut in a 'Misanthrope' Set in Modern London”
“The Comte de Clermont performs serious characters; the Duc d'Orléans represents, with completeness and naturalness, peasants and financiers; M. de Miromesnil, keeper of the seals, is the smartest and most finished of Scapins; M. de Vaudreuil seems to rival Molé; the Comte de Pons plays the "Misanthrope" with rare perfection. [”
“These days, Mr. Kulick is hoping that David Ives's current adaptation of Moliere's "The Misanthrope," titled "The School for Lies," will kick-start a resurgence of the playwright's appeal.”
“Misanthrope Jackalope plays "The Maker" on ukulele”
“Hegelian can do German philosophers, Bookfan can do Dutch history, and Vicious Misanthrope can test your knowledge of points of commonality between the oeuvres of Michael Mann and Lucien Goldman.”
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