Candide - Study Guide Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Even though Candide had paid for both the freedom of Cunégonde and her brother the Baron is still opposed to Candide marrying his sister. Pangloss reasons that the Baron has no right to control his sister and writes a memorandum to that effect. Martin believes that the Baron should be dealt with by throwing him in the sea and Cacambo agrees that he must be taken care of, but he suggests that he be sold back to the captain of the ship to work in the galleys. The old woman agrees with Cacambo's plan and so it is carried out.

Candide finally marries Cunégonde and they pair live in the farm with Martin, Pangloss, Cacambo, and the old woman. However they are not happy. Candide has spent all of the money that he received from Eldorado on his travels and the freedom of his companions...

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