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La Farce de maître Pierre Pathelin (in English The Farce of Master Pierre Pathelin) is a fifteenth-century (1457) anonymous medieval farce written originally in French. It was extraordinarily popular in its day, and held an influence on popular theatre for over a century. Its echoes can be seen in the works of Rabelais. In the play there are only five characters: the title character, his wife Guillemette, a clothier named Guillaume Joceaulme, a shepherd named Thibault l'Aignelet, and finally a judge. Every character except the last is dishonest in some way, which is exploited to great effect. The play focuses on issues including the complex emerging state structure and honesty. In total, it can be performed in approximately one hour.
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