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Voltaire and the Old Order Candide, by Voltaire
Imagine, A man being shot because he did not kill enough men. "He was an admiral," The Frenchmen told him, "But he had not enough men to his credit." (Voltaire 111). This man is an admiral and he has just been killed because he did not kill enough men. The old order had many flaws that included things such as this. In the book Candide by Voltaire, Voltaire shows his dissatisfaction with the old order in many ways. His disappointment can be seen through various everyday events involving Candide and the church, government and the people. These events state clearly why Voltaire is so frustra…
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