'Candide' By Voltaire Used A Variety Of Forms To Oppose Optimism

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2005- Voltaire, author of Candide, used a variety of forms to oppose Optimism. Pangloss’s teachings, "best of all possible worlds”, appears repeatedly only to be argued with satiric and irony. Pangloss has experienced terrible danger and suffering, Candide’s then starts to believe that Doctor Pangloss questions his own philosophy. In the beginning of the book Candide is not well know why things happen in the world but when he gains knowledge he questions his faith and starts drifting away because he is aware of the corruption.
2006- The setting in John Steinbeck’s Of Mice And Men, plays a significant role in displaying suspicion and isolation about Lennie and George's friendship.
2012-Mary Shelly uses a variety of geographical events
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