Candide is one of the most laugh-out-loud stories of all time and has aged very well.
Yes "Candide" is a great work and perhaps the best satircal work of the 18th century, but it alone does not do justice to Voltaire's genius.
This book goes through events really quickly and it’s sort of hard to keep up but if you pay close attention, it’s easy to follow.
One of my favorite all time books, lots of twists and turns.Published 3 months ago by Albert Adkins
Knitting together verbose language, Francois Voltaire’s popular and highly controversial 1759 satire, ‘Candide’ (W. W. Read morePublished 10 months ago by jvstanley
This book goes through events really quickly and it’s sort of hard to keep up but if you pay close attention, it’s easy to follow. Read morePublished 14 months ago by TheSkepticalReader
I got the book very soon and it is worth taking your time to read. I recommend reading this book.Published 23 months ago by Tai-Ya Sun
So, you might wonder why it would be worth the time to read an 18th c. philosopher like Voltaire in the 21st century? With regards to Candide, that's an easy question to answer. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Jason Zimmerman
the book was in as new condition. I am not wild about Voltaire but the book is translated as he wrote it and Norton notes are great.Published on December 11, 2012 by DaveM
I'm honestly not sure what all the fuss is over Candide. It was funny and a lot easier to read than I expected, but... meh.Published on December 3, 2012 by Zara Bell
The delievery was horrible. it came to me later than even the ezpected date. I had to wait for no reason. Anyway the book consition was good.Published on September 29, 2012 by ji