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Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story
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Arabian Night Main Story + 3 short story

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The Tale of The Three Apples …

The Tale of The Three Apples
The Sweep and the Noble Lady
The Woman Who Humoured Her Lover at Her Husband’s Expense

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  • 1. Racism  My brother is a greater King among the kings than I am, yet this infamy goeth on in his very palace, and his wife is in love with that filthiest of filthy slaves(Page 7 : Line 10)
  • 2. Religious  Then he returned grateful thanks to Almighty Allah, praising Him and blessing Him, and he spent a most restful night, it having been long since he had savoured the sweet food of sleep. Next day be broke his fast heartily and began to recover health and strength and presently regained excellent condition. (Page 7 : 2nd paragraph)
  • 3. Anti Family  “...marrying a maiden every night and killing her the next morning...” “...he found the Queen, his wife, asleep on his own carpet embracing with both arms a black cook of loathsome aspect and foul...”
  • 4. Satanic  “So he drew his scimitar, and cutting the two in four pieces with a single blow, left them on the carpet...” “The Jinni...O dame of noblest line, whom I snached away on thy bride night...prevent me taking thy maidenhead...O my sweetheart...” “Of truth this Ifrit bore me off on my bride night, and put me into a casket and set the casket in a coffer...affixed seven sttrong padlocks...deposited me on the deep bottom of the sea...”
  • 5. Sexually explicit episodes  “where he found the Queen, his wife, asleep on his own carpet bed embracing with both arms a black cook of loathsome aspect and foul with kitchen grease and grime.” “The lady laughed heartily, and all fell to satisfying their lusts, and remained so occupied for a couple of hours, when the white slaves rose up from the handmaidens breasts and the blackamoor dismounted from the Queens bosom.” He walked boldly up to her and threw his arms round her neck while she embraced him as warmly. Then he bussed her and winding his legs round hers, as a button loop clasps a button, he threw her and enjoyed her
  • 6. Offensive language  “If such case happen while I am yet within sight of the city, what will be the doings of this damned whore during my long absence at my brothers court?“
  • 7. Violence  he drew his scimitar, and cutting the two in four pieces with a single blow, left them on the carpet and returned presently to his camp I command thee to take my wife and smite her to death, for she hath broken her plight and her faith." King Shahryar took brand in hand and, repairing to the seraglio, slew all the concubines and their Mamelukes.
  • 8. ByMichelle Leong Qian Wen 157723
  • 9. Violence  “and at the bottom of the chest they came upon a young lady, fair as a silver ingot, slain and cut into nineteen pieces.“ “I will hang thee at the gate of my palace, thee and forty of thy kith and kin by thy side.”
  • 10. Racism  “a great ugly black slave, long as a lance and broad as a bench, passed by my shop “
  • 11. Religious  “So Allah upon thee, O Commander of the Faithful, make haste to hang me, as I fear lest she appeal for vengeance on Resurrection Day” “By Allah, I will not leave my house during the three days of life which remain to me, and let the Truth (whose perfection be praised!) do een as He will”
  • 12. ByHanani Bt. Mohamed Hamdan 156901
  • 13. Religious  “... The people followed us and cried out, saying, „This is not allowed of Allah!... Have pity on him, let him go, so Allah have pity on you!‟...” Page 128 (Collins Classics) “... Circuit about the Holy House.. A man hold of the covering of the Ka‟abah and cried out,... „ I beseech thee, O Allah,...” Page 127 (Collins Classics)
  • 14. Anti Family  “Then she added, „If, however, my husband return yet again to the cookmaid and lie with her, I will restore thee to thy lost place in my favours.‟ Now when I heard these words...” Page 131 (Collins Classics)
  • 15.  “So I came out from her and came hither, that I might pray Allah to make her husband return to the  cookmaid, that haply I might be again admitted to her favours.” Page 132 (Collins Classics) “I beseech thee, O Allah, that she may once again be worth with her husband and that I may know her.” Page 127 (Collins Classics)
  • 16. Topic unsuitable for the targeted age group.  “... one of the damsel to spread us a bed in such a place...she rose and took my hand and led me thither and lay down and I lay with her till the morning...often pressed her to my breast...perfumes that exhaled from her...in Paradise...” Page 129 (Collins Classics)
  • 17.  “...after which I again lay with her all night. On the morrow, she gave me a second kerchief, with other fifty dinars therein...” page 130 (Collins Classics)
  • 18. ByBavani Rajendran
  • 19. Anti Family Themes &Unsuitable For Targeted Age Gap  Now she happened to have in the house a pair of fatted ganders and she also had a lover whom she kept in the background. I will slaughter them and stuff them and thou shalt take them and carry them home with thee and eat them, nor shall this pimp my husband taste them or even smell them.
  • 20. Offensive Language  Verily my husband hath not brought thee hither save with the intention of cutting off thy precious stones the honours of thy yard of gelding thee to a Castrato. „This one speaketh of my testicles, meaning that he will take only one of my stones and leave me the other.‟

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