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Papers On French Literature
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Voltaire's 'Candide' / Underlying Meaning
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This 6 page essay focuses on the meaning behind the words in the allegory Candide. The writer discusses the meanings and ultimate outcomes of the character Candide, his cohorts, and his travels. No additional sources cited.
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Voltaire's 'Candide'/ A Philosophical Examination
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In 9 pages, Voltaire's philosophy is analyzed and his attempt at depicting a Utopian society in 'Candide' is assessed. The writer is extremely critical and supports all inquiries with existing research. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Voltaire's 'Candide': Rosy optimism And Gloomy Pessimism
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5 pages in length. Voltaire's 'Candide' helps one to make a solid distinction between the concepts of rosy optimism and gloomy pessimism. By doing so, this particular literary masterpiece provides insight as to what constitute the notion of happiness and the existence of despair. The writer discusses how Voltaire effectively demonstrates these points by way of Pangloss and Martin, each of whom represent the opposite ends of the spectrum. No additional sources cited.
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Voltaire’s “Candide” and the Relationship Between Language and Sexuality
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This 5 page essay report discusses the relationship between language and sexuality in Candide, as well as pointing out how those elements led to the comic aspects of Voltaire’s story. The connection between language and sexuality in Candide is similar to that of the relationship between Candide and the many characters he encounters throughout his adventures. His gentle and “candid” spirit regularly is brought up short in comparison to the far more worldly people he meets. No bibliography.
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'Journey To The End Of The Night' By Louis-Ferdinand Celine
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This 4 page report discusses the 1932 semi-autobiographical novel by Louis-Ferdinand Celine (pseudonym of Louis-Ferdinand Destouches. The main character and quite likely the first true 'anti-hero' of modern literature, Bardamu, serves as Celine's mouthpiece in descriptions of war and his travels. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Celine.doc


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