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  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (27)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (27) After this Gulnare gave birth to aboy, resembling themoon at the full, whereat the King e
    xperienced the utmost happiness, because he had not before been blessed with a son nor a daughter during his life. They continued
    to rejoicings, and the decoration of the city, for a period of seven days, in the utmost happiness and enjoyment ; on the seventh
    day, t [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (26)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (26) He then rose fron his place, and went to them, and salted them with the best salutation ;
    and they hastened to rise to him ; they met him in the most polite manner, and he sat with them in the pavilion, ate with them at
    the table, and remained with them for a period of thirty days.Then they desired to return to their country and abode. So they too [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (25)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (25) She replied : " O my master, is the recompence of beneficence aught but beneficence
    ? How then could my heart to happy to quit thee, and to depart from thee ? Now I desire of thy goodness that thou come and salute
    my family, that they may see thee, and that pleasure and mutual frendship may ensue. For now, O King, that my brother and my mothe
    r and t [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (24)
  • The Story of the Gulnare of the Sea (24) Then Gulnare rose to them and soothed their hearts ; after which she walked along until
    she entered the closet in which was the king her master ; and she said to him : " O my master didn't thou seem and didn't th
    ou hear my thanks to thee and my praise of thee in the presence of my family ; and didn't thou hear what they said to me, that th
    ey desired to [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (23)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (23) But afterward they said to her : " O Gulnare, thy-master is a man who is a stranger
    to us, and we have entered his abode without his permission, and thou praisest to us his excellence, and hast also brought to us h
    is food, and we have eaten, but have not seen him, nor has he seen us, nor come into our presence, nor eaten with us, that the bon
    d of bread an [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (22)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (22) Then the damsel Gulnare of the Sea gave orders to the female slaves to bring forward vian
    ds of all kinds ; and gulnare herself was the person who superintended the preparation of the viands in the kitchen. So the female
    slaves brought to them the viands, and the sweetmeats, and the fruits ; and she ate wity her family.(22/40) [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (21)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (21) " God (whose name be exalted !) afflicted me not, but compensated me well ; and as t
    he King has not a male child nor a female, I beg God to bless me with a son that may inherit of this great King these palaces and
    possessions. " And when her brother, and the daughters of her uncle, heard her words, their eyes became cheerful thereat, and
    they said to he [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (20)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (20) " He has shewn me favour too, and acted well to me in every respect ; and from the d
    ay when I came to him to the present time, I have not heard from him a word to grieve my heart ; but he has not ceased to treat me
    with courtesy, and I am living with him in the most perfect of enjoyments. Moreover, if I quitted him, he would perish : for he c
    an never en [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (19)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (19) And when her brother heard her words, he said : " Praise be to God who has reunited
    us ! But it is my desire, O my sister, that thou wouldst arise and go with us to our country and our family. " So when the Ki
    ng heard the words of her brother, his reason fled in consequence of his fear lest the damsel shouldaccept the proposal of her kin
    dred, and he cou [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (18)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (18) Then the damsel began to kiss the hand of her brother, ad the hand of her mother, and so
    also the hands of the daughters of her uncle, and they sat with her awhile, asking her respecting her state, and the things that a
    hd happened to her, and her present condition. So she said to them :" Know ye, that when I quitted you, and came forth from t
    he sea, I s [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (17)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (17) Then the King saw the young man and the old woman and the damsels walk upon the surface o
    f the water until they came to Gulnare ; and when they drew near to the window, and she beheld them, she rose tothem and met them
    with joy. On their seeing her, they knew her, and they went in to her and embraced her, weeping violently ; and they said to her :
    " O G [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (16)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (16) And she proceeded to burn perfume and repeat spells until the sea formed and was agitated
    , of beautiful countenance, like the moon at the full, with shining forehead, and red cheeks, and hair resembling pearls and jewel
    s ; he was, of all the creation, the most like to his sister, and tongue of the case itself seemed to recite in his praise these v
    ersed : [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (15)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (15) Then the damsel took a bit of aloes-wood and, having lighted a fire in a perfuming-vessel
    , threw into it that bit, and she proceeded to speak words which no one understood ; whereupon a great smoke arose, while the King
    looked on. After this, she said to the King : " O my lord, arise and conceal thyself in a closet, that I may shew thee my br
    other and m [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (14)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (14) And the damsel said : " " know, O King go age, that we walk in the sea with our
    eyes open, and see what is in it, and we see the sun, and the moon, and the stars, and the sky as on the face of the earth, and t
    his hurteth us not. Know also, that in the sea are many peoples and various forms of all the kinds that are on the land ; and know
    , moreover, that [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (13)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (13) She answered : " We walk in the sea as ye walk upon the land, throughthe influence o
    f the names engraved upon the seal of Solomon, the son of David, upon both of whom be peace ! But, O King, when my family and my b
    rethren come, I will inform them that thou boughtest me with thy money, and hast treated me with beneficece, and it will be meet t
    hat thou co [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (12)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (12) " But had not thy heart loved me, and hadst thou not preferred me above all thy wive
    s, I had not remained with thee one hour ; for I should have cast myself into the sea from this window, and gone to my mother and
    my people. I was ashamed, however, to go to them ; for they would imagine evil of me, and would not believe me, even though I sho
    uld swear t [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (11)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (11) So she said to him : " Know, O King, that my name is Gulnare (Pomegranate Flower) of
    the Sea. My father was one of the Kings of the Sea, and he died, and left to us the kingdom ; but while we were enjoying it, anot
    her of Kings came upon us, and tookthe kingdom from our hands. I have also a brother named Saleh, and my mother is of the women of
    the sea ; an [続きを読む]
  • The Story of GLUNARE of the Sea (10)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (10) So the vizier did as the King had commanded him. And after that, the King sent in to the
    damsel, and embraced her, saying to her : " O my mistress, wherefore has been this silence, seeing that thou hast been with m
    e a whole year, awake and asleep, yet hast not spoken to me, except on this day ? " The damsel answered : " Hear, O King
    of age, and know t [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (9)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (9) And she said : " O magnanimous King, God has answered thy prayer ; for I am about to
    bring thee a child, and the time is almost come. And were it not that I knew this thing, I had not spoken to thee one word. "
    And when the king heard what she said, his face brightened up with happiness, and he kissed her hands by reason of the violence o
    f his joy, and s [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (8)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (8) One day he said to her, when his passion was excessive : " O desire of souls, verily
    the love that I have for thee is great, and I have relinquished for thy sake all my worldly portion, and been patient with thee a
    whole year. I beg God that He will, in His grace, soften thy heart toward me, and that thou mayest speak to me. Or, if thou be du
    mb, inform [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (7)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (7) Accordingly the female slaves played before her with all kind of musical instruments, and
    enacted sports and other performances, and they sang so taht every one who was present was moved with delight, except the damsel,
    who looked at them and was silent, neither laughing nor speaking. So the heart of the King was eontracted. He however inclined to
    her [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (6)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (6) So the King said within himself, " EXtolled be the perfection of God, the Creator of
    this damsel ! How elegant is she, saving that she does not speak ! " Then the King asked thefemale slaves whethershe ahd spok
    en ; and they asnswered him : " From the timeof her arrival to present moment she has not spoken one word, and we have not he
    ard her talk. " The [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (5)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (5) After this, he gave orders to bring tables of the richest viands, comprising dishes of eve
    ry kind ; and he ate, and put morsels into her mouth until she was satisfied ; but she spoke not a single word. The King talked to
    her, and inquired of her name ; but she was silent, not uttering a word, nor returning him an answer, ceasing not to hang down he
    r head [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (4)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (4) The King then went in to visit damsel ; but she rose not to him, nor took any notice of hi
    m. So the King said, " It seemeth that she has been with people who have not taught her good manners. " And looking at t
    he damsel, he saw her to be a person surpassing in loveliness, her face was like the disk of the moon at the full, or shining sun
    in the clear s [続きを読む]
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (3)
  • The Story of the GULNARE of the Sea (3) Then the King committed the damsel to the tirewomen, saying to them : " Amend the sta
    te of this damsel, and deck her, ad furnish for her a private chamber, and take her into it. " He also gave orders to his cha
    mberlains that everything which she required should be conveyed to her. The seat of government where he resided was on the shore o
    f the sea, and [続きを読む]