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In Tartuffe throughout the play Orgon is in state of complete confusion and very lost of where he stands He sees Tartuffe as a higher figure and listens to him as a master Orgon makes many actions throughout the play emotionally that not only affect him but his family as well Orgon sees Tartuffe as his leader and gives him tremendous amount of respect even tough he does not know him well The characters in Molieres Tartuffe make decisions based on their emotions not reason Orgon view Tartuffe as a man with respect but also feels bad for him He sees Tartuffe as having a horrible life and that nothing has ever gone good for him He has a relationship where he only concerned of Tartuffe Madame has a bad fever two days ago And a headache that really brought her low Yes and TartuffeAct 1 Scene 3 Orgon hears news of his ill wife but can only care to wonder how Tartuffe is doing Orgon wants to follow Tartuffe and this is why he bases his decisions based on his emotions and not reason Later Orgon refers to Tartuffe as Poor fellow236 In Orgons mind he is feeling very bad for Tartuffe imagining that he had lived a horrid life with pain In Orgons mind he sees Tartuffe as a religious leader and feels he is doing a great deed by helping a religious leader It seems that whatever is on Orgons mind he thinks of what would be in the best interest of Tartuffe before himself or his family which will only hurt Orgon is in a state of craziness where he is not only hurting himself but is hurting his family tremendously Orgon treats Tartuffe as if he were his father He orders his daughter to marry Tartuffe At all events Heavens views Tartuffe with pleaser And this is after all out greatest treasure52930 This is
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