Saturday, June 9, 2018

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2018 : The amazing tales challenge Episode 24 “The City Key”

We continue our tale for this year, the tale of the Amazing tales challenge.
Tonight we will listen to episode No.285 of Egypt’s Classic One Thousand and One Nights Show written by Taher Abu Fasha and directed by Mahmoud Shaaban.
You can listen to our podcast after the break.

And Anbar wonders in that vast garden in that strange world locked inside a brass cauldron
The city of Brass as imagined  by Maxfield Parrish
The city of Brass as imagined
by Maxfield Parrish
somewhere. He is asking if anyone can help him in finding that tale, that will be Sukar's dowery.
He meets that old man, Sheikh Etman who tells him to go and search for his older Wahdan and so our black young man does. He meets Wahdan who looks younger than his younger brother.
Sheikh Wahdan tells him to find Princess Miamona and she will help him.
Anbar finds the strange city of brass and its tower.
At its top, he freaks out when he finds the guards, the Mirzaban, and his rival suitors all turned in to brass statues.
He finds Miamona as a dead corpse wearing her big jewels and a note beside her telling him about the test and how he should fight the temptations and not steal her jewels.
The instructions also tell him that he should look for the city's key and he will find what he wants The young lover does not care for the jewels, he only wants the tale to marry his love, Sukar.
He searches for the key and finds it beside the dead princess. As soon as he takes the keys and even before searching for the door or the gate it will open, a huge sound and smoke surrounds him. Suddenly everything is disappeared, the tower, guards and the dead princess.
He suddenly sees the city gates. 
Tomorrow inshallah we will know what he will find in that city of brass

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