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In spite of his many trials, Candide believes that all is well and everything
is for the best. Only once, in frustration, does he admit that he sometimes
feels that optimism is "the mania of maintaining that all is well when we are
miserable" (Voltaire 41). Candide's enthusiastic view of life is contrasted
with, and challenged by the suffering which he endures throughout the book...
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He learns that in order to attain a state of contentment, one
must be part of society where there is collective effort and work. Labor,
Candide learns, eliminates the three curses of mankind: want, boredom, and vice.
In order to create such a society, man must do the following: love his fellow
man, be just, be vigilant, know how to make the best of a bad situation and
keep from theorizing...
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