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THE MAN OF UPPER EGYPT AND HIS FRANKISH WIFE
The Two Kings
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Abd al-Rahman Abdullah abode Abu Sir al-Din Al-Mutawakkil Almighty Allah answered Arab art thou asked aught auspicious King bade Baghdad Bassorah behold behoveth betided blessed brother Caliph ceased saying ceased to say cometh Commander cried damsel dawn of day day and ceased Dervish dirhams door dyer Faithful fared father fell fisherman foas Francolin gave give Hammam hand haply Harun al-Rashid hast thou hath reached heard heart honour hundred dinars Ibrahim jeweller Kamar al-Zaman Khan kissed lord Mamelukes merchant Merman Miriam morrow Moslems night Nofo Obayd Olema perceived the dawn permitted say present Quoth rejoiced replied returned saying her permitted Shahrazad perceived Shajarat al-Durr Shaykh Shimas slave-girl tell thee therein thereof therewith thine thou art thou hast thou wilt thousand dinars thyself took unto Verily Wazir wherefore whereupon whilst whoso wife wilt thou women