"Candide" by Voltaire.
Published in 1759, Voltaire's Candide is a book tied into the reality of the time it was written; it camouflages Voltaire's frustration of the time. Candide is a book meant to explore the ideas of enlightenment, and how people of that time would use reason in place of faith (Catherine Lavender Par. 1).
Voltaire was born François-Marie Arouet to a middle class family in Paris on November 21, 1694. However, there is confusion as to whether that is his real birth date, because he said that it really occurred on February 20, 1694. He did not love François Arouet, his alleged fath…
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