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Voltaire
   wrote   
Candide
A satire of the philosophy of Leibniz and a showcase of the horrors of the 18th century world.
Voltaire
   is a pen name of   
Francois-Marie Arouet
1759
      
Voltaire Published Candide
Voltaire
   was born on   
November 21, 1694
François-Marie Arouet; French Enlightenment writer and philosopher
Sheffield
   is home to   
Cabaret Voltaire
Voltaire
   lifespan was   
1694-1778
French Enlightenment writer, philosopher, essayist; François-Marie Arouet
Voltaire
   created the character   
Pangloss
Candide
Voltaire
   created the character   
Candide
Candide, 1759
Philosophical Dictionary
   was written by   
Voltaire
1764
Castle of Thunder-ten-tronckh
   was created by   
Voltaire
"Candide", English translation, 1759
El Dorado
   was created by   
Voltaire
South American utopia, in "Candide"
Land of the Oreillons
   was created by   
Voltaire
Region bordering Paraguay, in "Candide"
Turk's Farm
   was created by   
Voltaire
"Candide"
Salvador Dalì
   painted   
Slave Market With the Disappearing Bust of Voltaire
1940, oil on canvas; Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida
Voltaire
   is buried in   
The Pantheon, Paris, France
Writer, philosopher, historian, d. 1778
Voltaire
   wrote   
Candide
(François-Marie Arouet); 1759
Voltaire
   said   
"The Best Way to Be Boring is to Leave Nothing Out"
French philosopher and writer
Voltaire
   said   
"We Must Cultivate Our Gardens."
Voltaire
   said   
"Work Banishes Those Three Great Evils. Boredom, Vice and Poverty"
French enlightenment writer, essayist, Freemason deist and philosopher
Candide (Voltaire)
   was banned by   
The U.S.A.
1930. Obscenity reasons
Jean Antoine Houdon
   created the sculpture   
Voltaire, 1780
Marble, Rococo Style, 1780; State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg






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