Tartuffe vs. George W. Bush Analytical Essay by tpmaven

Tartuffe vs. George W. Bush
Compares the title character of Moliere's play "Tartuffe" to President George Bush.
# 67380 | 1,494 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2003 | US

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This paper explores the similarities and differences between the fictional character of Tartuffe in Moliere's play of the same name, set in 17th century France, and American President George W. Bush. The paper compares their characters as well as the extremes of enthusiastic political beliefs.

From the Paper:

"By comparison, many die-hard Republicans felt, and some probably still do feel, the same way about Bush. During the debacle of the presidential election of 2000, even in the face of overwhelming evidence against the fact, these Republicans refused to acknowledge that, according to the numbers, their candidate was not actually winning the election. Even though Al Gore received over 500,000 votes more than Bush, Bush's supporters pulled every trick in the book to get votes re-counted and to get votes thrown out, just to prove that their man, Bush, was the winner. Obviously, they felt that Bush was the only person for President - that there was no question about this."

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