Cunégonde grows up in the castle of the Baron Thunder-ten-tronckh. She and Candide share an innocent kiss.
Cunégonde is raped and disemboweled by Bulgar soldiers. Her parents are both killed in the attack.
A captain seizes Cunégonde as his servant for three months and then sells her to a Jewish businessman. The businessman shares her services with the same Inquisitor who ordered the execution of Pangloss and flogging of Candide.
Cunégonde attends the post-earthquake execution and sees Candide and Pangloss.
The Old Woman cares for Candide and reunites him with Cunégonde.
After Candide kills Isaachar and the Baron, Cunégonde, Candide, and the Old Woman escape to an inn.
After their riches are stolen, Cunégonde, Candide, and the Old Woman travel to Buenos Aires.
Cunégonde is propositioned by the Governor of the colony and she agrees to marry him.
Cunégonde is finally reunited with Candide in Turkey. Cacambo reveals that he purchased her freedom, but that through a long series of unfortunate events, they each ended up in servitude.
Candide purchases Cunégonde’s freedom.
Cunégonde loses her beauty.
Cunégonde and Candide marry, but neither is particularly happy. They work in their garden.