Where does Candide live at the beginning of the selection?

Candide is set in both real and fictional locations throughout Europe and Latin America in the 1750’s—Lisbon is 100% real and places like El Dorado are 100% fantasy land.
Candide is the illegitimate nephew of a German baron. He grows up in the baron’s castle under the tutelage of the scholar Pangloss, who teaches him that this world is “the best of all possible worlds.” Candide falls in love with the baron’s young daughter, Cunégonde.

Secondly, why is Candide kicked out of the Baron’s castle? Chapters 1-6: Candide is kicked out of the castle of Baron Thunder-ten-tronckh for kissing Cunégonde. He is kidnapped and forced to join the Bulgar army but later escapes and flees to Holland where he meets Jacques and Pangloss who is reduced to a beggar suffering from syphilis.

Does Candide kill Pangloss?

How old is Candide?

What genre is Candide?

What is the message of Candide?

What does the garden in Candide symbolize?

Who did Candide kill?

What is the point of Candide?

How did Pangloss die?

Who is Candide’s father?

What did Candide learn in his travels?

What is the last line of Candide?

What does Cunegonde represent Candide?

Are Candide and Cunegonde related?

Does Candide marry Cunegonde?