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The Resource Candide, or Optimism, Voltaire; introduction by Anne Rooney

Candide, or Optimism, Voltaire; introduction by Anne Rooney

Label
Candide, or Optimism
Title
Candide, or Optimism
Statement of responsibility
Voltaire; introduction by Anne Rooney
Title variation
Optimism
Creator
Contributor
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Summary
A philosopher and his disciple journey to find "the best of all possible worlds" in this classic work of eighteenth century satire
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VDGV
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1694-1778
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Voltaire
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  • Cuffe, Theo
  • Rooney, Anne
  • Evans, Mary
  • Fern, Ella
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Optimism
Label
Candide, or Optimism, Voltaire; introduction by Anne Rooney
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Picture credits: Mary Evans
  • Translation 1898, revised and updated by Ella Fern
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 How Candide was brought up in a magnificent castle, and how he was expelled from it -- ch. 2 What became of Candide among the Bulgars -- ch. 3 How Candide escaped from the Bulgars, and what became of him afterwards -- ch. 4 How Candide met his old philosophy tutor Pangloss, and what came of it -- ch. 5 Tempest, shipwreck, earthquake, and what became of Doctor Pangloss, Candide and James the Anabaptist -- ch. 6 How a beautiful auto-da-fe was made to prevent earthquakes, and how Candide was whipped -- ch. 7 How the old woman took care of Candide, and how he was reunited with the object of his love -- ch. 8 Cunegonde's story -- ch. 9 What became of Cunegonde, Candide, the Grand Inquisitor and the Jew -- ch. 10 In what distress Candide, Cunegonde and the old woman arrived at Cadiz, and of their embarkation -- ch. 11 The old woman's story -- ch. 12 The old woman's adventures continued --
  • Contents note continued: ch. 13 How Candide was forced to separate from the lovely Cunegonde and the old woman -- ch. 14 How Candide and Cacambo were received by the Jesuits of Paraguay -- ch. 15 How Candide killed the brother of his dear Cunegonde -- ch. 16 What happened to the two travellers with two girls, two monkeys, and the savages called Oreillons -- ch. 17 The arrival of Candide and his valet in the country of El Dorado, and what they saw there -- ch. 18 What they saw in the country of El Dorado -- ch. 19 What happened to them in Surinam, and how Candide made the acquaintance of Martin -- ch. 20 What happened to Candide and Martin at sea -- ch. 21 Candide and Martin, reasoning, approach the coast of France -- ch. 22 What happened to Candide and Martin in France -- ch. 23 Candide and Martin reach the shores of England, and what they see there -- ch. 24 Concerning Paquette and Friar Giroflee -- ch. 25 The visit to Signor Pococurante, the noble Venetian --
  • Contents note continued: ch. 26 Concerning a supper that Candide and Martin had with six strangers, and who they were -- ch. 27 Candide's voyage to Constantinople -- ch. 28 What happened to Candide, Cunegonde, Pangloss, Martin, etc. -- ch. 29 How Candide found Cunegonde and the old woman again
Control code
000044502420
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9781848372030
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)437313909
Label
Candide, or Optimism, Voltaire; introduction by Anne Rooney
Publication
Note
  • Picture credits: Mary Evans
  • Translation 1898, revised and updated by Ella Fern
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 How Candide was brought up in a magnificent castle, and how he was expelled from it -- ch. 2 What became of Candide among the Bulgars -- ch. 3 How Candide escaped from the Bulgars, and what became of him afterwards -- ch. 4 How Candide met his old philosophy tutor Pangloss, and what came of it -- ch. 5 Tempest, shipwreck, earthquake, and what became of Doctor Pangloss, Candide and James the Anabaptist -- ch. 6 How a beautiful auto-da-fe was made to prevent earthquakes, and how Candide was whipped -- ch. 7 How the old woman took care of Candide, and how he was reunited with the object of his love -- ch. 8 Cunegonde's story -- ch. 9 What became of Cunegonde, Candide, the Grand Inquisitor and the Jew -- ch. 10 In what distress Candide, Cunegonde and the old woman arrived at Cadiz, and of their embarkation -- ch. 11 The old woman's story -- ch. 12 The old woman's adventures continued --
  • Contents note continued: ch. 13 How Candide was forced to separate from the lovely Cunegonde and the old woman -- ch. 14 How Candide and Cacambo were received by the Jesuits of Paraguay -- ch. 15 How Candide killed the brother of his dear Cunegonde -- ch. 16 What happened to the two travellers with two girls, two monkeys, and the savages called Oreillons -- ch. 17 The arrival of Candide and his valet in the country of El Dorado, and what they saw there -- ch. 18 What they saw in the country of El Dorado -- ch. 19 What happened to them in Surinam, and how Candide made the acquaintance of Martin -- ch. 20 What happened to Candide and Martin at sea -- ch. 21 Candide and Martin, reasoning, approach the coast of France -- ch. 22 What happened to Candide and Martin in France -- ch. 23 Candide and Martin reach the shores of England, and what they see there -- ch. 24 Concerning Paquette and Friar Giroflee -- ch. 25 The visit to Signor Pococurante, the noble Venetian --
  • Contents note continued: ch. 26 Concerning a supper that Candide and Martin had with six strangers, and who they were -- ch. 27 Candide's voyage to Constantinople -- ch. 28 What happened to Candide, Cunegonde, Pangloss, Martin, etc. -- ch. 29 How Candide found Cunegonde and the old woman again
Control code
000044502420
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9781848372030
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)437313909

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