Candide - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

They have stopped at an inn where someone steals Cunégonde's diamonds and pistols. As they now have no money, the old woman suggests they sell one of the horses and Candide takes her advice. The trio leaves and arrives in Cadiz, where a group of soldiers is being put together. Candide displays the training he received from the Bulgarians and is given command of the men. He leaves with Cunégonde, the old woman, and two servants. On the ship to Buenos Aries, Cunégonde complains of all the hardships she has endured. The old woman tells Cunégonde that her hardships have been much greater; she was born a Baroness but now has to work as a maid.

Chapter 10 Analysis

The traveling trio endures another hardship as they are robbed. The emergence of evil people, those with the opposite characteristics of Candide, is a constant...

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