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Hungry and cold, Candide makes his way to a neighboring town, where he is aided by two soldiers.  He is pressed into service and endures beatings at the hands of his superiors. He runs away, coming  across war-torn villages in the process and witnessing the horrors of war firsthand. Candide makes  his way to Christian Holland, where he hopes to find charity but finds hardhearted people, save one,  an Anabaptist, who shows Candide kindness and generosity. Candide then meets a beggar who is suffering from a disfiguring disease and soon discovers that the  beggar is Doctor Pangloss. Pangloss recounts his recent experiences, including the death of the  baron and his family at the hands of soldiers. In spite of Pangloss's condition and the horrors around  him, the good doctor still believes in philosophical optimism. The Anabaptist sees to it that Pangloss 
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