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Also known as the Lettres anglaises ou philosophiques, Voltaire's response to his exile in England offered the French public of 1734 a panoramic view of British culture. Perceiving them as a veiled attack against the ancient regime, however, the French government ordered the letters burned and Voltaire persecuted.

  • Letters on England
  • INTRODUCTION
  • LETTER I.—ON THE QUAKERS
  • LETTER II.—ON THE QUAKERS
  • LETTER III.—ON THE QUAKERS
  • LETTER IV.—ON THE QUAKERS
  • LETTER V.—ON THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND
  • LETTER VI.—ON THE PRESBYTERIANS
  • LETTER VII.—ON THE SOCINIANS, OR ARIANS, OR ANTITRINITARIANS
  • LETTER VIII.—ON THE PARLIAMENT
  • LETTER IX.—ON THE GOVERNMENT
  • LETTER X.—ON TRADE
  • LETTER XI.—ON INOCULATION
  • LETTER XII.—ON THE LORD BACON
  • LETTER XIII.—ON MR. LOCKE
  • LETTER XIV.—ON DESCARTES AND SIR ISAAC NEWTON
  • LETTER XV.—ON ATTRACTION
  • LETTER XVI.—ON SIR ISAAC NEWTON'S OPTICS
  • LETTER XVII.—ON INFINITES IN GEOMETRY, AND SIR ISAAC NEWTON'S CHRONOLOGY
  • LETTER XVIII.—ON TRAGEDY
  • LETTER XIX.—ON COMEDY
  • LETTER XX.—ON SUCH OF THE NOBILITY AS CULTIVATE THE BELLES LETTRES
  • LETTER XXI.—ON THE EARL OF ROCHESTER AND MR. WALLER
  • LETTER XXII.—ON MR. POPE AND SOME OTHER FAMOUS POETS
  • LETTER XXIII.—ON THE REGARD THAT OUGHT TO BE SHOWN TO MEN OF LETTERS
  • LETTER XXIV.—ON THE ROYAL SOCIETY AND OTHER ACADEMIES
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