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A classic work of eighteenth century literature, Candide is Voltaire’s fast-paced novella of struggle and adventure that used satire as a form of social critique. Candide enlists the help of his tutor, Dr. Pangloss, to help him reunite with his estranged lover, Lady Cunegonde. But the journey welcomes many unexpected challenges, and overcoming or outwitting the dangers of the world shall be their greatest task.
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How Candide made his escape from
what became of Doctor Pangloss
How the Old Woman took care
What became of Cunegonde
History of the Old Woman
How Candide was forced away from
How Candide killed the brother
What happened in France
Candide and Martin touched upon
The Visit to Lord Pococurante
Of a Supper which Candide
What happened to Candide
El Dorado and what they
What happened to them at Surinam
What happened at Sea to Candide
Questions for Discussion
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