|Orgon The Good, Or Orgon The B
In the beginning of Moliere's play Tartuffe, the character Orgon is very distasteful, but changes by the end of the play and becomes more amiable.
The character Orgon, in the beginning, is exceedingly stern. For example, in the beginning of the play, Orgon takes a man into his home, to which he believes is pious in every way. This man is Tartuffe, who deceives Orgon and Madame Pernelle into thinking he is a heavenly man, in order to gain their wealth and Orgon's wife. He Tartuffe succeeds in deceiving those two but the rest of Orgon's family discovers his unheavenly ways. Orgon's family tries to convince Orgon of Tartuffe's evil intentions, but when Orgon believes something to be true, he won't let anything come between him and what he thinks is right, even his own family.
Orgon orders his only daughter to wed Tartuffe against her will. Orgon states to Mariane, 'Yes, Tartuffe shall be allied by marriage to this family, and he's to be your husband...