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Candide is the account of a delicate man who, however pounded and slapped toward each path by destiny, sticks frantically to the conviction that he lives in “the most ideal of all universes.” at first glance a clever, bantering story, this eighteenth-century exemplary is really a savage, satiric push at the philosophical positive thinking that broadcasts that all catastrophe and human enduring is a piece of a generous grandiose arrangement.
What makes this book stand out?
An evergreen great on people nature and human affairs and a must read for an innocent individual who finds the world excessively slippery.
Read it for
Written in a delightful dialect implanted with the mind, diversion, mockery, authenticity or more all positive thinking, this quick-paced book is a fantastic read.
Don't read it for
Does not satisfy younger generation