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Le Connaissance Nouveau de L'Ingenu
Francios-Marie Arouet's, assuming the pen-name of Voltaire, L'Ingenu is a
satirical story that begins in 1689 when a ship of English merchants are coming
to France to trade. This is when the Ingenu is first introduced. The French
are most intrigued by his appearance. Because of a picture believed to be the
brother and sister-in-law of the Abbe de Kerkabon and Mademoiselle de Kerkabon,
the Kerkabons felt that they saw a resemblance and take him in as their nephew.
This is only the beginning. With no set beliefs, the Huron comes to live with
these people of France and is taught to live as they do. Under appearingly
unfortunate circumstances, he becomes imprisoned and able to educate himself.
He learns of the French society on a hands-on basis by feeling their cruelty.
This Child of Nature symbolizes John Locke's "blank tablet". The Ingenu, also
known as the Child of Nature, Becomes enlightened through hi...
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