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<contents, vii; drop folio> Contents Introduction by Johnson Kent Wright Translator's Note Chapter One: How Candide was raised in a noble mansion, and how he was driven away Chapter Two: What happened to Candide among the Bulgars Chapter Three: How Candide saved himself from the Bulgars, and what became of him Chapter Four: How Candide met his old philosophy teacher, Doctor Pangloss, and what had happened to him Chapter Five: Tempest, shipwreck, earthquake, and what happened to Doctor Pangloss, Candide, and Jacques the Anabaptist Chapter Six: How they had a beautiful auto-da-fé in order to put an end to the earthquake, and how Candide was flogged Chapter Seven: How an old woman took care of Candide and how he got back his beloved Chapter Eight: Cunégonde's story Chapter Nine: What happened to Cunégonde, to Candide, to the Grand Inquisitor, and to a Jew Chapter Ten: In what difficulty Candide, Cunégonde, and the old woman reached Cadiz, and how they boarded a ship Chapter Eleven: The old woman's story Chapter Twelve: More about the old woman's misfortunes Chapter Thirteen: How Candide was forced to leave lovely Cunégonde and the old woman Chapter Fourteen: How Candide and Cacambo were greeted by the Jesuits of Paraguay Chapter Fifteen: How Candide killed his dear Cunégonde's brother Chapter Sixteen: What happened to the two travelers with two girls, two monkeys, and the savages known as Oreillons Chapter Seventeen: Arrival of Candide and his valet in the land of Eldorado, and what they saw there Chapter Eighteen: What they saw in Eldorado Chapter Nineteen: How they got to to Surinam, and how Candide came to know Martin Chapter Twenty: What happened at sea to Candide and Martin Chapter Twenty-one: Candide and Martin approach the French coast, and argue Chapter Twenty-two: What happened to Candide and Martin in France Chapter Twenty-three: Candide and Martin reach the British coast, and what they see there Chapter Twenty-four: Paquette and Friar Giroflée Chapter Twenty-five: Visit to Lord Pococuranté, a nobleman of Venice Chapter Twenty-six: A dinner that Candide and Martin shared with six foreigners, and who they were Chapter Twenty-seven: Candide's journey to Constantinople Chapter Twenty-eight: What happened to Candide, Cunégonde, Pangloss, Martin, etc. Chapter Twenty-nine: How Candide found Cunégonde and the old woman Chapter Thirty: Conclusion Suggested Reading
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