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CANDIDE
How Candide Was Brought Up in a Magnificent Castle and How He. Was Driven How Candide Escaped from the Bulgarians and What Befell Him.
Candide
Marie, my Candide project almost certainly would have been impossible to complete.
Candide, Voltaire, and the Enlightenment
translation, Candide has been ''compulsory reading'' for nearly two hundred and fifty Candide or Cunégonde on the streets of Manhattan today.
Candide and Religion
Candide.
Voltaire's Candide: A Discussion Guide
Chapter 1: “How Candide was brought up in a beautiful castle, and how he was driven from it.” 5. Chapter 2: “What happened to Candide among the Bulgars.

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'Our Idiot Brother' more gentle than goofy
By Gary Thompson THE TITLE RUBE in "Our Idiot Brother" will be tagged as an updated Forrest Gump, but his roots go all the way back to Voltaire's original dope, Candide.
Photo Flash: Kentwood Players Presents CANDIDE 9/16-10/22
No One Reads the Bible Literally
By JOHN WILSON Until this month, John Candide had taught religion at Calvin College, affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church, for 25 years.
Bernstein's Candide to Open Huntington Theatre Company's Season - Sept. 10
WHAT: Huntington Theatre Company begins 30 th Anniversary Season with Leonard Bernstein's Candide, directed and newly adapted from the Voltaire by Mary Zimmerman. Evenings: Tues. – Thurs.
Seeds, Germs and Slaves
By IAN MORRIS “There's a chain of events in this best of all possible worlds,” Dr. Pangloss says at the end of Voltaire's “Candide.” “If you hadn't been caught up in the Inquisition, or walked across America .

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Candide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Candide, ou l'Optimisme is a French satire first published in 1759 by Voltaire, a philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment.
SparkNotes: Candide
Candide - Literature.org - The Online Literature Library
Candide by Francois-Marie Arouet Voltaire. Search eText, Read
Candide by Francois-Marie Arouet Voltaire. Searchable etext. Discuss with other readers.
Candide by Voltaire - Project Gutenberg
Candide by Voltaire. Download; Bibrec; QR Code; Facebook; Twitter Cover Candide by Voltaire. 'Like' or 'share' Candide by Voltaire.

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