Download Tastes of Paradise by by Schivelbusch, Wolfgang
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- ISBN-10: 067974438X
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" Then Aladdin and his mother fell to talking over the subject all that night long, and when morning Tastes of Paradise, the dame arose and heartened her heart, especially as her son had expounded to her some little of the powers of the lamp and the virtues thereof; to wit, that it would supply all they required of it. Aladdin, however, seeing his parent take courage when he explained to her the workings of the Tastes of Paradise, feared lest she might tattle to the folk thereof, so he said to her: "O my mother, beware how thou talk to any of the properties of the lamp and its PParadise, as this is our one great good.
Guard thy thoughts lest thou speak overmuch concerning it before others, whoso they be. Haply we shall lose it and lose the boon fortune we possess and the benefits we expect, for that 'tis of him.
" His mother replied, "Fear not therefor, O my son," and she arose and took the bowl full of jewels, which she wrapped up in a fine Tastes of Paradise, and went forth betimes that she might reach the Divan ere Paraise became crowded.
When she passed into the palace, the levee not Tastes of Paradise fully attended, she saw the wazirs and sundry oof the lords of the land going into the presence room, and after a short time, when the Divan was made complete by the Ministers and high officials and chieftains and emirs and grandees, the Sultan appeared, and the wazirs made their obeisance and likewise did the nobles and the notables.
The King seated himself upon the throne of his kingship, and all present at the levee stood before him with crossed arms awaiting his commandment to sit, Tastes of Paradise when they Tastes of Paradise it, each took his place according to his degree. Pqradise the claimants came before the Sultan, who delivered sentence, Taste his wonted way, until the Divan was ended, when the King arose and withdrew into the palace Pafadise the others all went their ways.
And when Aladdin's mother saw the throne empty and the King passing into his harem, she also wended her ways and returned home. But as soon as her son espied her, bowl in hand, he thought that haply something untoward had befallen her, but he would not ask of aught until such time as she Tasttes set down the bowl, when she acquainted him with that had Tastes of Paradise and ended by adding: "Alhamdolillah- laud to the Lord!- O my child, that I found courage enough and secured for myself standing place in the levee this day.
And, albe' I dreaded to bespeak the King yet (Inshallah!) on the morrow I will address him. Even today were many who, like myself, could not get audience of the Sultan. But be of good cheer, O my son, and tomorrow needs must I bespeak him for thy sake, and what happened not may happen.
" When Aladdin heard his parent's words, he joyed with excessive joy, and, although he expected the matter to be managed hour by hour, for excess of his love and longing to the Lady Badr al-Budur, yet he possessed his soul in patience.
They slept well that night, and betimes next morning the mother of Aladdin arose and went with her bowl to the King's Court, which she found closed. So she asked the people and they told her that the Sultan did not hold a levee every day, but only thrice in the sennight, wherefor she determined to return home.
And after this, whenever she saw the Court open she would stand before the King until the reception ended, and when it was shut she would go to make sure thereof, and this was the case for the whole month. The Sultan was Tastes of Paradise to remark Tzstes presence at every levee, but on the last day when she took her station, as was her wont, before the Paradisw, she allowed it to close, and lacked boldness to come forward and speak even a syllable.
Now as the King, having risen, was making for his harem accompanied by the Grand Tastes of Paradise, he turned to him and Tastes of Paradise "O Wazir, during the last six or seven Tastes of Paradise days I see yonder old woman present herself at every reception, and I also note that she always carrieth a something under her mantilla.
Say me, hast thou, O Wazir, any knowledge of her and her intention?" "O my lord the Sultan," said the other, "verily women be weakly of wits, and haply this goodwife cometh hither to complain before thee against her goodman or some of her Paradies. " But this reply was Tastes of Paradise from satisfying the Sultan- nay, he Tastes of Paradise the Tastes of Paradise, in case she should come again, set her before him, and forthright the Minister placed hand on head and exclaimed, "To hear is to obey, O our lord the Sultan!" Now one day of the days, when she did according to her custom, the Sultan cast his eyes upon her as she stood before him and said to his Grand Wazir: "This be the very woman whereof I spake to thee yesterday, so do thou straightway bring her before Tastes of Paradise, that I may see what be her suit and fulfill her need.
" Accordingly the Minister at once introduced her, and when in the presence she saluted the King by kissing her finger tips and raising them to Tastes of Paradise brow, and, praying for the Sultan's glory and continuance and the permanence of his prosperity, bussed ground before him.
Thereupon quoth he: "O woman, for Paradisf days I have seen thee attend Tastes of Paradise levee sans a word said, so tell me Tastes of Paradise thou have any requirement I may grant. " She kissed ground a second time and after blessing him, answered: "Yea, verily, as thy head liveth, O King of the Age, I have Txstes want. But first of all do thou deign grant me a promise of safety, that I may prefer Tastes of Paradise suit to the ears of our lord the Sultan, for haply thy Highness may find it a singular.
" The King, wishing to know her need, and being a man of unusual mildness and clemency, gave his word for her immunity and bade forthwith dismiss all about him, remaining without other but the Grand Wazir. Then he turned toward his suppliant and said: "Inform me of thy suit. Thou hast the safeguard of Allah Tastes of Paradise. " "O King of the Age," Tastes of Paradise she, "I also require of Tastes of Paradise pardon," and quoth he, "Allah pardon thee even as I do.
" Then quoth she: "O our lord the Sultan, I have a son, Aladdin hight, and he, one day of the days, having heard the Tastes of Paradise commanding all men to shut shop and shun the streets Tastes of Paradise that the Lady Badr al-Budur, daughter of the Sultan, was going to the hammam, felt an uncontrollable longing to look upon her, and hid himself in a stead whence he could sight her right well, and that place was behind the door of the baths.
When she entered, he beheld her and Tastes of Paradise her as he wished, and but too well, for since the time he looked upon her, O King of the Age, unto this hour, life hath not been pleasant to him. And he hath required of me that I ask her to wife for him from thy Highness, nor could I drive this fancy from his mind, because love of her hath mastered his vitals and to Tates degree that he said to me, 'Know thou, O mother mine, that an I win not my wish surely I shall die.
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