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Essay | Romance and Adventure in Voltaire's Candide

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Romance and Adventure in Voltaire's Candide.
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Romance and Adventure in Voltaire's Candide

Summary: A review on the book Candide that tackles the big questions of love, romance and the nature of evil. In particular, this essay wrestles with the concept of evil and where it comes from...God or man?
Candide is a novel that was written in 1759 by Voltaire, who was an intellect of his day. The book is a combination of a romantic and an adventure story. It tells the adventures of a man named Candide, who is kicked out of his castle for kissing the baron's daughter. He then joins an army, finds his love, leaves her, finds the utopian city of El Dorado and becomes very wealthy, looses all his wealth, has a dinner with six former kings, and then reconnects with his former love and marries her and then lives with all his companions in a content life . Candide sees a lot of malevolent things that happen all around him, and he often asked himself why do these things happen? Why is there evil in the world? And what is the source of evil? Voltaire's view of evil in...

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