Candide - Study Guide Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Candide apologizes to Cunégonde's brother for trying to kill him and the Baron accepts his apology and admits that he was two forceful with his wish that Candide not marry his sister. It turns out that after Candide stabbed him, one of his servants found him and he was healed; however, his group was soon attacked and he was taken prisoner in Buenos Aires. He was ordered to Rome and then to Constantinople. It was there where he ran into a young Sultan page that was going to bathe and he joined him, as it was a hot night. The Baron explained that he did not know that it was a crime to bathe with a Sultan's page when he is a Christian. His feet were slashed and he was sent to the galley.

After listening to the Baron's story, Pangloss then shares his tale. After...

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