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A witty satire that tells of the young Candide’s attempts to stay optimistic through a series of incredible hardships.

I: How Candide Was Brought Up in a Magnificent Castle, and How He Was Expelled Thence
II: What Became of Candide Among the Bulgarians
III: How Candide Made His Escape from the Bulgarians, and What Afterwards Became of Him
IV: How Candide Found His Old Master Pangloss, and What Happened to Them
V: Tempest, Shipwreck, Earthquake, and What Became of Doctor Pangloss, Candide, and James the Anabaptist
VI: How the Portuguese Made a Beautiful Auto-Da-Fé, to Prevent Any Further Earthquakes; and How Candide Was Publicly Whipped
VII: How the Old Woman Took Care of Candide, and How He Found the Object He Loved
VIII: The History of Cunégonde
IX: What Became of Cunégonde, Candide, the Grand Inquisitor, and the Jew
X: In What Distress Candide, Cunégonde, and the Old Woman Arrived at Cadiz; and of Their Embarkation
XI: History of the Old Woman
XII: The Adventures of the Old Woman Continued
XIII: How Candide Was Forced Away from His Fair Cunégonde and the Old Woman
XIV: How Candide and Cacambo Were Received by the Jesuits of Paraguay
XV: How Candide Killed the Brother of His Dear Cunégonde
XVI: Adventures of the Two Travellers, with Two Girls, Two Monkeys, and the Savages Called Oreillons
XVII: Arrival of Candide and His Valet at El Dorado, and What They Saw There
XVIII: What They Saw in the Country of El Dorado
XIX: What Happened to Them at Surinam and How Candide Got Acquainted with Martin
XX: What Happened at Sea to Candide and Martin
XXI: Candide and Martin, Reasoning, Draw Near the Coast of France
XXII: What Happened in France to Candide and Martin
XXIII: Candide and Martin Touched Upon the Coast of England, and What They Saw There
XXIV: Of Paquette and Friar Giroflée
XXV: The Visit to Lord Pococurante, a Noble Venetian
XXVI: Of a Supper Which Candide and Martin Took with Six Strangers, and Who They Were
XXVII: Candide’s Voyage to Constantinople
XXVIII: What Happened to Candide, Cunégonde, Pangloss, Martin, etc.
XXIX: How Candide Found Cunégonde and the Old Woman Again
XXX: The Conclusion
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