Voltaire's English Letters and Candide

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Voltaire, who always fought for liberty, thought the individual should have the right to worship what they chose and the only acceptable spiritual belief was Deism. Of course, "Everything is well, only in Eldorado." When Voltaire had finally regained permission to return to Paris. He immediately began to write another play and organize a company to act it...
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Voltaire was passionately fond of the stage. In his later years he built a theatre of his own at Ferney and frequently took part on the stage in his own plays. Voltaire, upon his return to Paris had become quite fond of Adrienne Lecouvreur, and actress, who died shortly afterwards. Due to her profession she was denied Christian burial and taken out of the city at night and "thrown in the kennel" resembling a dog...
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