Relationship and Collaboration Between Louis Term Paper

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Versailles was more than just a place inhabited by the French royal family and those close to them, as it was a location where art was in the making, with Moliere and Lully being two of the individuals responsible for transforming the palace into the home of French art in the seventeenth century.

Louis, Lully, and Moliere all collaborated in assisting France in experiencing a process of enlightenment, as the country changed most of its policies during the seventeenth century with the purpose of having these three men and the rest of the country's people exploit its ability to host the concept of art. Even though Louis is likely to be condemned for bringing France into a financial impasse because of his excessive spending, most people are likely to agree that
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art is one of the best things that one can possibly invest in. The Sun King enabled people to see that life was not only about feeding the body, as the soul also needed to be fed and in order to do so people needed to break away from respecting conventional values. While other nations from around the world experienced significant technological or economic progress during the seventeenth century, France focused on the immaterial segment of life and succeeded in providing the world with some of its best artworks.

Works cited:

Calder, Andrew, "Moliere: The Theory and Practice of Comedy,"

Continuum International Publishing Group, 2000

Campbell, Peter Robert, "Louis XIV, 1661-1715," Longman, 1993.

Parkin, John and Phillips, John, "Laughter and power," Peter Lang, 2006.

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Works cited:

Calder, Andrew, "Moliere: The Theory and Practice of Comedy,"

Continuum International Publishing Group, 2000

Campbell, Peter Robert, "Louis XIV, 1661-1715," Longman, 1993.

Parkin, John and Phillips, John, "Laughter and power," Peter Lang, 2006.

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