Zadig; L'Ingenu

Zadig; L’Ingenu


Translator: John Butt
Introduction by: John Butt

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  • Paperback
  • ISBN 9780140441260
  • 192 Pages
  • Penguin Classics
  • Adult

Table of Contents

Introduction
Biographical Note

Zadig

Imprimatur
Epistle Dedicatory from Sadi to the Sultana Sheraa
1. Blind in One Eye
2. The Nose
3. The Dog and the Horse
4. Green Eyes
5. The Contest in Generosity
6. The Minister
7. Disputes and Audiences
8. Jealousy
9. The Beaten Woman
10. Slavery
11. The Funeral Pyre
12. The Supper Party
13. The Assignations
14. The Brigand
15. The Fisherman
16. The Cockatrice
17. The Tournament
18. The Hermit
19. The Riddles

L’Engénu
(The Child of Nature)

1. How the Prior of Our Lady of the Mountain and his sister met a Huron Indian
2. The Child of Nature is recognized by his relatives
3. The conversion of the Child of Nature
4. The Child of Nature baptized
5. The Child of Nature in love
6. The Child of Nature rushes to his mistress and becomes enraged.
7. The Child of Nature repels the English
8. The Child of Nature goes to Court and on the way has supper with some Huguenots
9. The arrival of the Child of Nature at Versailles, and his reception at Court
10. The Child of Nature imprisoned in the Bastille with a Jansenist
11. The Child of Nature develops his talents
12. The Child of Nature’s opinions on plays
13. The lovely St Yves goes to Versailles
14. The Child of Nature’s intellectual progress
15. The lovely St Yves resists certain delicate propositions
16. She consults a Jesuit
17. Her virtue her downfall
18. She delivers her lover and a Jansenist
19. The Child of Nature, the lovely St Yves, and their relatives are reunited
20. The death of the lovely St Yves, and its consequences

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