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Chapters 14–16

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Chapters 14–16

Chapters 14–16

Chapters 14–16

Chapters 14–16

Though Cacambo inspires optimism in others, he himself is no optimist. His wide experience of the world leads him to the same conclusions as the old woman: he tells the Biglugs that “the law of nature teaches us to kill our neighbor, and that’s how men behave the whole world over.”

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Candide (SparkNotes Literature Guide Series)