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Candide, or, Optimism

Author: Voltaire; Norman L Torrey
Publisher: Arlington Heights, Ill. : Harlan Davidson, [1985?], ©1946.
Series: Crofts classics
Edition/Format:   Braille book : Braille : EnglishView all editions and formats



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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Voltaire; Norman L Torrey
OCLC Number: 147962613
Notes: Translation of Candide.
Reproduction Notes: Braille. Las Vegas, Nev. : Valley Braille Service. 2 v. (210 p.)
Description: x, 117 p. ; 19 cm.
Contents: <p>Introduction ix <p>I. How Candide was Brought Up in a Noble Castle, and How He wasExpelled from the Same 1 <p>II. What Happended to Candide Among the Bulgarians 4 <p>III. How Candide Escaped from the Bulgarians, and What Became ofHim 7 <p>IV. How Candide Met His Old Master in Philosophy, DoctorPangloss, and What Happened 10 <p>V. Storm, Shipwreck, Earthquake, and What Happened to Dr.Pangloss, to Candide and the Anabaptist Jacques 14 <p>VI. How a Splendid Auto-Da-Fe was Held to PreventEarthquakes, and How Candide was Flogged 17 <p>VII. How an Old Woman Took Care of Candide and Hoe He RegainedThat Which He Loved 19 <p>VIII. Cunegonde s Story 22 <p>IX. What Happed to Cunegonde, to Candide, to the GrandInquisitor and to a Jew 25 <p>X. How Candide, Cunegonde and the Old Woman Arrived at Cadiz inGreat Distress, and How They Embarked 27 <p>XI. The Old Woman s Story 30 <p>XII. Continuation of the Old Woman s Misfortunes 34 <p>XIII. How Candide was Obliged to Separate from the FairCunegonde and the Old Woman 38 <p>XIV. How Candide and Cacambo were Received by the Jesuits inParaguay 41 <p>XV. How Candid Killed his Dear Cunegonde s Brother 45 <p>XVI. What Happened to the Two Travellers with Two Girls, TwoMonkeys, and the Savages Called Oreillons 48 <p>XVII. Arrival of Candide and His Valet in the Country ofEldorado and What They saw There 52 <p>XVIII. What They saw in the Land of Eldorado 56 <p>XIX. What Happened to Them at Surinam and How Candid Made theAcquaintance of Martin 62 <p>XX. What Happened to Candide and Martin at Sea 68 <p>XXI. Candide and Martin Approach the Coast of France and Argue71 <p>XXII. What Happened to Candide and Martin in France 73 <p>XXIII. Candide and Martin Reach the Coast of England; and WhatThey saw There 84 <p>XXIV. Paquette and Friar Giroflee 86 <p>XXV. Visit to the Noble Venetian, Lord Pococurante 91 <p>XXVI. How Candide and Martin Supped with Six Strangers and whoThey Were 97 <p>XXVII. Candide s Voyage to Constantinople 101 <p>XXVIII. What Happened to Candide, to Cunegonde, to Pangloss, toMartin, Etc. 105 <p>XXIX. How Candide Found Cunegonde and the Old Woman Again108 <p>XXX. Conclusion 110
Series Title: Crofts classics
Other Titles: Candide.
Responsibility: Voltaire ; edited by Norman L. Torrey.


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