The Question and Answer section for Candide is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Candide is in awe of of the Baron's ornate and beautiful castle. When the Baron kicks Candide out kissing the Baron's daughter, he (Candide) becomes even more envious of Baron's castle.
The Baron discovers Candide and Miss Cunégonde, the attractive daughter of the Baron, kissing behind a screen and banishes Candide from the castle. The castle’s tutor, Pangloss, teaches “metaphysico-theologo-cosmolo-nigology” . Pangloss believes...
Based on your knowledge of Greek and Latin roots, what do you think someone who studies metaphisico-theologico-cosmolo-nigology knows a lot about? Explain how you determined your answer. Why do you think Voltaire created such a subject in this novel?
This is a pretty big question for this short-answer forum. It also asks for your opinion rather than mine.