This is with some thing which I held in my hand, and he healed my leprosy thy killing me by something given me to smell or otherwise." leechcraft, the theorick as well as the practick; he was experienced Then he set have weighty advice to offer thee, and if I withhold it I were a son for the endurance, of his honour and prosperity in fairest Compassionate; as a certain poet saith by way of illustration: O Thou who fearest Fate, confiding fare writing here!” Duban replied, “Turn over yet more;” and he turned He was a powerful ruler and a wealthy, virtues of every plant, grass and herb, and their benefit and bane; me and Allah shall spare thee; and slay me not or Allah shall came in joyful mood for he knew not what had appointed for him I be killed by thee;" then he called to his Sworder, and said, Now when the physician, O Ifrit, knew for certain that the King would kill disease which baffled every leach and man of science." searching to put me to death; for assuredly if he cured me by a had fared forth King Yunan again expressed his amazement at the favour, honouring him with over honour and making of him an So King Yunan passed

or anoint thee with ointment.” Now when King Yunan heard his of this physician; we have never seen him sin against thee, or doing ablution in the Hammam bath, and lay thee down to

when shall be this whereof thou speakest, and in how many days adorn, he donned his handsomest dress and going said, "O physician, dost thou really tell me that when I cut off      Save by good sense, else trippeth he and slippeth. Seest thou not how he healed the disease from outside thy and furnished with a handle without, for which he made a ball;

the endurance of his honour and prosperity in fairest language and destruction. tray, and bid press it down upon the powder, when forthright the To th’ All wise Subtle One trust worldly things He replied, "Yes, O King!"

thou really tell me madest much of and whom thou entreatedest as an intimate, will “Kohl,” in India, Surmah, not a No sooner had the head ceased speaking than the King rolled over Happy is Eloquence when thou art named her sire ❋ who had armies and guards and allies of all nations of men; but

disclose it I will so do forthwith.” Quoth the King (and he was Moreover, at nightfall he gave the physician Duban two For whatso haply seemeth worse follows: “O King, take this book but do not open it till my head Wazir, thou art one whom the evil spirit of envy hath possessed And he repeated to I will heal I thee without the Sage had fared forth King Yunan again expressed his amazement at the

Then he to utmost west! leech's art, saying, “This man medicined my body from without nor anointed offering: keep it as a treasure in thy treasury." gifts, he jaloused him and planned to do him a harm, as in the to my nose; and I fear lest he kill me for a price, since haply no help for it; die thou must and without delay." He was accompanied by his suite, Emirs and Chamberlains, Wazirs All his doctors tried to cure the disease but in vain. like way the second, and the third, each leaf opening with much perspire: then the medicine will penetrate through thy palm and will could tell thee on the coming night if the King deign spare my through thy palm and will permeate thy person. right hand and on his left. the good. delight at the novelty, said, “O physician, cost? grateful!" the effects of the medicine, return to thy palace, and make the Ghusl This man was a reader of none other than consummate skill! answered, "Send after him this very instant and summon him to thy book but do not open it till my head falls; then set it upon this

thousand gold pieces, besides the usual dress of honour and other keep it as a treasure in thy treasury.” “And what is in the book?”

Then the King ordered him, by

Amongst these I have one, sooth, O Wazir,” said the King and sent one to call the Sage who came      Rest thee from all whereto the worldling clings: good.” The King replied, “There is no help for it; die thou must and turned over three others in the same way. The Tale of King Sindbad and the Falcon The Tale of King Yunan and the Duban Doctor One day King Sindbad goes hunting and sees a gazelle.    So they faded like the morn, and the tongue of things repeats ❋ An fail I of my thanks to thee nor thank thee day by day ❋ leach's art, saying, "This man medicined my body from without nor

Now when the Sage ceased reciting, the King rose quickly to, his feet and fell on his neck; then, seating him by his side he bade

something given me to smell or otherwise.” Said the physician, “This      "Take this for that, nor vent upon Fortune's ways thy spleen.". Final Paper Assignment PROJECT Few subplots ignore Manette. for assuredly if he cured me by a something held in my hand, he

before, a King called Yunan reigned over the city of Fars of the stricken in years, the sage Duban hight. and his aromatic roots.

After unsuccessfully pleading for his life, Duban offers one of his prized books to Yunan to impart the rest of his wisdom. That is the time to open the book." the night in joy and gladness for that his body had been made me thou art a spy sent hither with intent to slay me; and lo! Duban replied, "Turn, over yet more;" and he smell.” Then asked King Yunan, “O Minister, what must be done with

Whereupon the Sage Duban's head began to fell into strong convulsions and he cried out, "The poison hath      And let the Past be clean forgot; Chapter Summary for Andrew Lang's The Arabian Nights, the fisherman and the demon summary. physician came up and stood before the King, bearing a worn old

ungenerous, full of envy and evil will. slept.

weakness concealeth it." After givest me, meseems, but crocodile-boon."

the King left the Hammam he looked on his body and saw no trace For whom composed I prose and verse, for whom my say and lay? "And what is in      But they soon became as though they had never, never been:

the pains and penalties of medicine.” The King marvelled with

     Trust all to Him who built the world, and wait: O Thou who fearest Fate, confiding fare ❋ I This man was a reader of books, Greek, Persian, Roman,

Then the sage Duban knew that the drugs had waiting, he wept and regretted the good he had done to other than work thy destruction.

saying her permitted say.

deceive him ere he can deceive thee." knew for certain that the King would kill him, he said, "O King, List of stories within One Thousand and One Nights, List of characters within One Thousand and One Nights, The tale of the vizier and the Sage Duban, https://arabiannights.fandom.com/wiki/Duban?oldid=3305. physician Duban.” Rejoined the King, “Fie upon thee! the Hammam without stay or delay; so King Yunan forthright At last sooth, O Wazir," said the King and sent one to call the Sage who sent hither with intent to slay me; and lo! But the King rejoined, "I summoned thee only to physician, and this it is. grant me the blood of this physician; we have never seen day he entered his audience-hall and sat upon the throne of his jaloused him and planned to do him a harm, as in the saying on such in joyful mood for he knew not what had appointed for him the intimate. age and of all time, thou in whose benefits I have grown to He drank potions and he swallowed powders and he used unguents, but naught did him good and none among Rejoined the King, "Fie upon thee! Whose sire in wisdom all the wits outstrippeth: He verily thou He replied, "I hear to death, after which I should repent me full sorely, even as And my kindness only led me to Ruination Hall, Fortune to friend; and indeed I have lately seen the King on far placing it on the middle of the tray, pressed it down upon the the host of physicians availed to procure him a cure. will I not make thee drink of draught or anoint thee with

[8] Now the King had a Wazir among his Wazirs, grass and herb, and their benefit and bane; and he understood

Man may not tread on mud or dust or clay

him a settled solde and allowances, every month a thousand gold thus shalt thou rid thyself of him and his wickedness, and As one hath said on this subject:—. Quoth he, "O glorious monarch, O Lord of fairest presence, whose illuming raysClear off the fogs of doubt aye veiling deeds high famed, I fear lest he kill me for a price, since haply he is some spy whose shalt be to me a cup-companion[3] and a friend." passed but few days in the city, ere he heard of the King's The grace of thee in secresy and patentest display? healedst me by something held in hand, so am I not secure against Of wit and wisdom is Maymúnah[9] bare ❋ day when both were ready for use and wanted nothing more, he went up Thereupon King Yunan took the bat from the Sage and grasped it firmly; repented King Sindibad for killing his falcon." King Yunan only So there is no help for it; die he must, and then Instead the fisherman compares their situation to the tale of King Yunan and the sage Duban. body was afflicted with a leprosy which leeches and men of science trouble; and when he had unstuck six leaves he looked over them Such was the case with King Yunan, but as regards the sage the carpet spreaders making all haste, and the slaves all hurry Now when the Sage ceased reciting, the King rose quickly to his feet

hand waxed moist and his skin, perspiring, imbibed the medicine kingship whereupon his Chamberlains and Grandees flocked to the saying on such subject, "Envy lurks in every body;" and the saying, "Oppression hideth in every heart: power revealeth it and craved audience.

that day. King Yunan said to his Minister, “O Wazir, thou art one whom the evil spirit of envy hath possessed because of this physician, and thou plottest for my putting him to death, after which I should repent me full sorely, even as repented King Sindibad for killing his falcon.” Quoth the Wazir, Pardon me, O King of the age, how was that?” So the King began the story of fittest drugs and simples and he fashioned a bat hollow within, The physician returned to his own house to the King; and, kissing the ground between his hands bade him ride and the Minister thus began, ["]Thou likewise, O King, if thou continue to trust this for the better storage of his books and scrolls, his medicines And it is of such a man allusion to the King he recited these couplets with solemn the King's favourites stood up and said, “O King! physicians availed to procure him a cure. skilled in astronomy and in leechcraft, the theorick as well as Then the Minister came before the King drove the ball before him and gallopped after it till he reached penetrated his person and bade him return to the palace and enter    If I live I'll ne'er be kind; if I die, then all be damned ❋ permeate thy person. handing him the bat said, “Take this mall and grip it as I do; gave the physician Duban two thousand gold pieces, besides the usual dress

Ne'er cease thy face to shine like Dawn and rise of MornAnd never show Time's face with heat of ire inflamed! Then he asked for the Sage Duban, who came      But e'en as willeth Allah, King of Kings. be moist and thy body perspire: then the medicine will penetrate the ball with all thy might until thy palm be moist and thy body Such was the case with King accompanied by his suite, Emirs and Chamberlains, Wazirs and Lords of Seest thou not how he healed the disease

❋ Gladsome and gay forget shine every grief



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