What is the main “moral “ of Candide and how is it revealed? One satirical theme of Candide is that Optimist philosophy, the belief that we live in “the best of all possible worlds,” is a foolish response to cruel unjust behavior by individuals and institutions. How does the novel criticize Optimism by mocking Pangloss, even in the late chapters? Does Martin have a better response to cruelty and injustice? Is a positive theme suggested by the ending–the Turk and Candide’s “we must cultivate our garden” and the life Candide and friends lead in Turkey? Or does Voltaire or his narrator suggest a different moral?
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