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The Misanthrope Have you ever noticed what the difference between a popular person and a person that is rarely ever noticed Well if you really examine the issue it usually is for one very obvious reason The popular person will always have something that almost everyone else doesnt have but that everyone else wants In the play The Misanthrope which was written by Moliere Celemine is at the center of attention Celemine is the object of everyones attention only because she has what every other character in the play wants Arsinoe makes Celemine the center of attention because she likes Alceste one of the many men that has a tender for Celemines love The men adore her because they want to be the lucky one to have her entirely for themselves Others adore her because she has wit and taste Arsinoe makes Celemine the center of attention because she likes Alceste Both Arsinoe and Eliante have a crush on the man that is madly and blindly in love with Celemine his name is Alceste Both women desperately hope that things will not work out between Celemine and Alceste Envious Arsinoe tries to upset Celemine by making false rumors about her She claims that she is trying to be a friend to Celemine by telling her all of the bad things that people are saying about her when it is very obvious that she is only trying to put down Celemine because Alceste is madly in love with her Next Arsinoe out of jealousy accuses Celemine of buying her affection She claims that she could just as easily win the awe of men if she actually tried or cared enough Also Arsinoe tries to convince Alceste that he deserves better than Celemine Arsinoe states I could dearly wish your passion better placedShe who allures you is unworthy of you During these few lines Arsinoe is trying to tell Alceste that Celemine does not deserve his
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