Candide - Voltaire    “Fools have a habit of believing that everything written by a famous author is admirable. For my part I read only to please myself and like only what suits my taste.”

Candide by Voltaire. Voltaire mercilessly exposes and satirizes romance, science, philosophy, religion and government--the ideas and forces that permeate and control the lives of men.

Quote : When my master adopted the Panglossian view of the universe I used no arguments that might cloud his serenity. The Beloved Vagabond, William J. Locke. Origin: 1831, from French Panglosse, name of the philosopher and tutor in Voltaire's "Candide" (1758), from pan- (see pan- ) + Greek glossa, literally "tongue".

Quote : When my master adopted the Panglossian view of the universe I used no arguments that might cloud his serenity. The Beloved Vagabond, William J. Origin: from French Panglosse, name of the philosopher and tutor in Voltaire's "Candide"

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"'Excellently observed,' answered Candide; 'but we must cultivate our garden.'" From Candide by Voltaire

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Voltaire - Candide - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.

Voltaire - Candide - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.

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Candide by Voltaire - packed with political satire circa but it reads as if it’s talking about the culture of today. In a lot of ways, it proves that all people are pretty much the same, regardless of the century.

"To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." ~Voltaire

Frontispiece and first page of chapter one of an early English translation by T. Smollett et al of Voltaire's "Candide" , printed by J.

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