El Dorado Symbol in Candide
El Dorado stands for the type of globe visualized by optimistic thinkers. El Dorado might be the “most importantly possible worlds,” yet at the exact same time, it is made to appear amazing. A lot more significantly, El Dorado is ruthless. As we see throughout Candide, and also find out clearly by the end, “male is not born to be idle,” and also the happiness of the El Doradans is based on their inactivity: they always stay put. El Dorado represents the impossibility of utopian dreams. The novel recommends that the very same wishes which trigger Candide as well as Cacambo to leave El Dorado would certainly make any utopian society difficult– humanity is also troubled.