What Voltaire Tries to Tell Us: The Esoteric Substance of Voltairian Thought
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The Forbidden Fruit of Great Literature

The main focus of this daring study is the veiled message concealed in the trilogy consisting of Zadig, Candide and L'Ingénu. Micromégas, Le Mondain and the Poem on the Disaster of Lisbon are also examined esoterically.

The Voltairian "contraband," which is the core of those writings, was too explosive for overt publication during the

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Paperback, 612 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by Writers Club Press (first published November 3rd 2000)
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