Candide Mind mapping jarvis thomas (chapter 9-12 (chapter 11 The old lady…
Candide Mind mapping jarvis thomas
chapter 10 all of them talk the about sad things and how they leave for the new world. Voltaire is having bad things happen cunegonde making candide question pangloss line 6-12 (47)
chapter 11 The old lady was completely in love with her husband he was killed by his mistress leaving her at loss “i loved him as one can ever love twice” (50)
chapter 9 Voltaire is trying to show that religious authority is often corrupt and not what the religion intended. “A jealous man in love doesn’t know what he is doing especially if he has been whipped by the inquisition”
chapter 12 the old lady and her suffering. yes she choose to live in misery but if she didn't she would not have been able to pass on her knowledge. (Last sentence on 57 starting with “just to amuse yourself,”
chapter 6 tells us about how candide was flogged also they do something to prevent anymore earthquakes. "candide was flogged in time with the anthem." (36)
chapter 7 tells us about how he found his girl and introduces us to the old lady that took care of candide. "To pull himself together was easier said than done, but candide managed to follow the old woman to a hovel, where she gave him something to eat and drink." (37)
chapter 5 talks about the earthquake and shipwreck also it talks about what happened to candide, james, and pangloss. "Half the passengers were at the last gasp of nervous and physical exhaustion from the pitching and tossing of the vessel, and were so weak that they had no strength left to realize their danger." (32)
chapter 8 tells us mainly about Cunegondes story
chapter 14 kinda works for him, he’s looking out for candide and the best for him. Pangloss however is not as assertive as cacambo’s “when you don't get what you expect on one side, you find it on the other” (62)
"we are best friends. always remember that if you fall, i will pick you up. . . after i finish laughing."
chapter 15 this chapter tells us about how Candide kills cunegonde's brother. and about cacmbo kinda works for him, he’s looking out for candide and the best for him. Pangloss however is not as assertive as cacambo’s “‘You insolent fellow!’ exclaimed the Baron. ‘ You have the impudence to think of marrying my sister who has seventy-two quarterings in her coat of arms, and you dare talk to me of such a hot-headed notion?’” (66-67)
chapter 13 He sees that he has to make a choice to leave cunegonde or not “but how was he to leave cunegonde, and where was he to find shelter?”
chapter 16 tells us about the 2 girls and monkeys and what happened to them when they were with the savages. biglugs are portrayed as killers, but when candide tells them he killed jesuit they become friendly and accept him (last paragraph on 72)
in chapters 28-30 pangloss stabs a man and is sent to jail to be executed but that didn't work, so they cut him open but then he woke up and got sewed back as one, but still manages to stay positive about the whole thing "There is a chain of vents in this best of all possible worlds;" (144)
candide and martin argue about why the world is made. Candide becomes sick. candide plays cards and gets cheated by some philosophers and losses all his jewels. "soon after i arrived i was robbed" (95) someone gives him false information that his lover is in paris, when she isn't and he doesn't find her .
chapter 3. Candide gets away from the Bad guys , and then gets put in numerous bad situations. "Candide made off as quickly as he could to another village." (26)
chapter 4. this chapter tells us about how Candide met his old teacher aka pangloss. "'does this mean ,' said one of the wretch to the other,'that you don't recognize your dear pangloss any more?'"
chapter 2. He was caught with the head of the households daughter and kicked from his home, then was tricked into joining army.
During chapters 25-27 cnaadide and martin visit the guy that claims nothing pleases him. Then he told them that he would pretend to like things but that now its not even worth it. Then they see cacambo "The first thing Candide did was to buy Cacambo his freedom at a great price" (131) and he tells candide that cunegonde is in constantinople and says he would take him there. Also Candide talks about how ugly cunegonde is. "without loss of time, he set off in a boat with his companions for the shore sea of the sea of Marmara to look for cunegonde, however ugly she might be." (131)
chapters 17 through 20 tell us about how candide and cacambo go into the kingdom eldorado and everything is amazing, beautiful, and perfect. voltaire uses satire to make fun of religion and how everything is so perfect. "we never pray, we have nothing to ask god for, since he has given us everything we need" (79) the old man told them.