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  • Candide and Zadig These two classic coming-of-age stories by Voltaire parody the romanticism of his day with the ruthless wit that has made him the undisputed master of social commentary. Candide, which is alternately titled Optimism, is a merciless satire and expos├® of the ideas and institutions men live by. In ... Read Book
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