When they saw Paquette and Giroflée in a state of utter misery coming to the farm

When they saw - When they saw Paquette and Giroflée in a state of utter misery coming to the farm Martin was absolutely convinced that his dark

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Unformatted text preview: When they saw Paquette and Giroflée in a state of utter misery coming to the farm, Martin was absolutely convinced that his dark view of life was the correct one. The two had squandered the money Candide had given them; they had quarreled and then become reconciled to each other; they had been put in prison, from which they had escaped. Now the friar had made good his threat to turn Turk, and the pathetic Paquette endeavored, unsuccessfully, to ply her trade everywhere. Martin told Candide that he had known that the young man and Cacambo would dissipate their wealth, that they were no happier than these two most recent arrivals. As for Pangloss, he greeted Paquette by telling her that she had cost him the end of his nose, an eye, and an ear. This new adventure led them to philosophize more than ever. In an attempt to get some answers to This new adventure led them to philosophize more than ever....
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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