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Literature of Arabia
Transcript of Literature of Arabia
THE MAN WHO STOLE THE DISH OF GOLD WHEREIN THE DOG ATE
THE RUINED MAN WHO BECAME RICH AGAIN THROUGH A DREAM
THE EBONY HORSE
THE ANGEL OF DEATH WITH THE PROUD AND THE DEVOUT MAN
SINDBAD THE SEAMAN AND SINDBAD THE LANDSMAN
FIRST VOYAGE OF SINDBAD HIGHT THE SEAMAN
THE SECOND VOYAGE OF SINDBAD THE SEAMAN
THE THIRD VOYAGE OF SINDBAD THE SEAMAN The Arabic word used for literature is "adab", which is derived from a meaning of etiquette. is the writing, both prose and poetry, produced by writers in the Arabic language. LITERATURE OF ARABIAN PRESENTED BY: Anabelle S. Peña
Jun Crissel G. Serapion *THE FIRST VOYAGE OF SINDBAD OF THE SEA* Sindbad's father was known for being a master, a noble person, a merchant: who was one of the first in rank among the people and the merchants, and who possessed abundant wealth and ample fortune. The tale of Lord Suleyman sayings: *Three things are better than three.
*The day of dead is better than the day of birth.
*A living dog is better than a dead lion.
*The grave is better than a palace. Sindbad with other merchants traversed the sea for many day and nights. They continue their voyage until they arrived at an island like one of the gardens of paradise. While everyone is busy, the Master of the ship called out with his loudest voice. ....... Wealth, buildings and fields was left to Sindbad. The island they thought a paradise is a great fish that hath become stationary in the midst of the sea and sand hath accumulated upon it. Sindbad was one of those who remained behind upon the island. *Until one day, upon walking in the shore of the island, he saw an indistinct object in the distance. Sindbad threw himself upon the island like one dead and the world was unconscious of his existence. Who are you?
Why are you here? Sindbad went with a man in a subterranean chamber and brought him some food. He was so hungry, so he ate until he was satiated and contented. *Sindbad find out that the man he was talking is a care taker of King El-Mihraj.
*Sindbad thanked him for his kindness and beneficence. While they are talking, a horse came forth from the sea. *sindbad with his new friends commenced their journey and proceeded at the city of the King El-Mirah.
*King El-Mirah believe that Sindbad experienced an extraordinary preservation of life and he can escaped from different difficulties in life.
*King El-Mirah make Sindbad as a person in high credit. *Sindbad ceased not to remain in his service for a long time.
*He was perplexed and weary of the length of his absence from home. *Sindbad went to the King El-Mirah and found with him a party of indians.
*He questioned them as to their country, Indians told him that they are consisted of various races. there are Shakiriyeh, Brahmans and seventy more classes.
*He amazed extremely that under the rule of King El-Mirah among others is like a kasil. It was a mare with Superb appearance *King El-Mirah* *In his delusion, Sindbad joins the indians in their voyage.
*He likewise saw during the voyage many wonderful and strange things.
*He saw many islands and different kinds and looks of fishes. *While continuing his amusement in the islands he wonder and the things it might contain. He continued working. A huge vessel approach, wherein there are many merchants.
*Sinbad find out that the goods of the merchant was his goods.
*He introduces himself to the master of the ship, that he is Sindbad of the sea. He explain everything that happens to him but... *The master didn't believe in him.
*Sindbad tell everything, his life and also from the time he met the master of the ship unto the time they were departed while crying out loud.
*The master and the merchants were convinced on his veracity and recognized him and congratulated him for his safety. They then gave the goods to Sindbad. *Fortune served us and destiny is our aid.
*Sindbad prosecute the voyage night and day until they arrived with safety in the place of Baghdad.
*then he went to his house. His family and companions were there.
*Exceeding his former habits and forgot all all that he had suffered from fatigue and absence in his native country, and difficulty and terrors of travel. Sindbad occupied himself with delights and pleasures and continue in that state. The End.
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Godbless! *He then thanked the king for his beneficence and kindness.
*After which he begged him to grant him permission to depart on his voyage to his country and to his family.