I reviewed each of the plays acted on this audiobook individually, so this review just pertains to the quality of this audiobook.
I enjoyed the contents of this book--[a:Molière|29837|Molière|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1219168412p2/29837.jpg]'s most famous works, as well as some of his works that were popular in his day, were represented, and I feel like I got a very good sense of Molière's range and talent. I do think that he showed a strong desire to want to go tragic with some of his works, but I also felt that he often didn't quite have enough nerve to fully commit to that. He comes closest in [b:The Misanthrope|752994|The Misanthrope|Molière|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1328868192s/752994.jpg|685838], and frankly, I think the tragic drama in this play is what makes it so successful and enjoyable.
Most of the plays on this audiobook were done by LA Theatre Works
, and not only were the plays wonderfully acted, but many interviews were included on the audiobook that provided insight into Molière, his plays, and even into the work that [a:Richard Wilbur|29836|Richard Wilbur|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1329775432p2/29836.jpg] put into translating them.
All in all, this is a well done collection, and it more than satisfied my Molière affection.