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Chapter 29-30. Amanda Keogh Katherine Kelly. Chapter 29 Summary. Satirical Terms. Targets of Satire. Chapter 30 Summary. Candide decides to marry Cunegonde As for the Baron, Candide listens to Cacambo’s suggestion and returns him to his slavery in the galleys.

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chapter 29 30

Chapter 29-30

Amanda Keogh

Katherine Kelly

chapter 30 summary
Chapter 30 Summary
  • Candide decides to marry Cunegonde
  • As for the Baron, Candide listens to Cacambo’s suggestion and returns him to his slavery in the galleys.
  • Candide, Cunegonde, Pangloss, Cacambo and the old woman now live together on a small farm
  • Everyone suffers from profound boredom and unhappiness
  • The old woman than asks question that creates discussion between the friends.
  • One day, Paquette and the monk show up complete misery.
  • They seeks the knowledge of a dervish, who is known to be the best philosopher in Turkey
  • They encounter another farmer who invites them into his home.
  • Candideand his friends take the farmer’s advice and dedicate themselves to working.
  • The story ends with the group having found themselves happy with work
satirical terms1
Satirical Terms
  • Absurdity
  • Irony
  • Humor
  • Metaphor
  • Allusion
targets of satire1
Targets of Satire
  • Arrogance of nobility
  • Hatred of Jesuits
  • Government of the Ottoman Empire
  • Optimism
  • Greed of men
  • Unhappiness of men
  • Treatment of women