What Character From The Play Tartuffe Are You?
Like a bear, you are easily provoked, a ticking time-bomb ready to explode at a moments notice. You can't seem to keep your emotions under check, furiously solving things with violence. If you aren't happy with the present situation, you'll make sure your voice and actions will be heard. You're angry, and trust me, you wouldn't be someone other's would like to cross paths with.
Kin to a fox, you are sly, slimy, and just a downright hypocrite. Disguising yourself as a person of great piety, only uncovered to be a conman who has mastered the art of manipulation. While most see right through your pious acting, others fall into your trap, and once you have them in your grasp, boy, the things you can do. Lust and desire cloud your cunning mind and eventually leads to your downfall.
Like a typical feline, you are wise, sarcastic, manipulative, and a voice of reason. When others find themselves in a pickle, you are always there to save the day. Though you are quick with your tongue but others irritably can't deny you're always right. With your own sense of attitude along with some bumps here and there, you manage to pull through and be the uncredited hero.
Monkey see monkey do! You are daddy's little girl, never thinking twice about going against his word. You are forced to follow every command that comes from his lips, and if you deny him in the slightest, you get shot down. Your own will and your own desires are cast aside, leaving you in a predicament you couldn't get out of yourself. Powerless and without any sort of backbone, you go through what he says despite your feelings, but fear not! Your trusty maid Dorine will save you from your terrible fate!
Cocky as a rooster, arrogance should've been your middle name. You are gullible, eating off of the shallow words of a sly con man, set under the impression that he was your very ticket to heaven. You walk through your front doors, expecting words of respect and admiration from every corner of the house. You are confident and thick-headed, but in a way that most would agree to be rather frustrating and annoying. It's okay though, because with the right guidance you believe the truth before it's too late.