What did Voltaire write about?
Voltaire was the nom de plume (pen name) for Francois-Marie Arouet (1694-1778). One of the most influential French writers of the Enlightenment, Voltaire's works would have lasting impact on the world.
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Voltaire wrote about philosophy, ethics, society, government, and history (as well as the occasional diatribe of gossip), nearly all of which was...
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fromChapter 13 / Lesson 14
Voltaire, born François-Marie Arouet was a prolific French writer in the 1700s. Explore the impact of his work, and themes of government, religion, economics, gender roles, and optimism.