Al Soltan Wal Sayyaf Samir Sobhy

ISBN: 9781482650143

Published: March 7th 2013

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86 pages


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Al Soltan Wal Sayyaf  by  Samir Sobhy

Al Soltan Wal Sayyaf by Samir Sobhy
March 7th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 86 pages | ISBN: 9781482650143 | 6.80 Mb

In Arabic, Al Sultan Wal Sayyaf (The Sultan and the Executioner), is written in three acts, and a total of fourteen, rather short, scenes (5, 4, and 5). Borrowing from the settings of One Thousand and One Night, the play is filled with the usualMoreIn Arabic, Al Sultan Wal Sayyaf (The Sultan and the Executioner), is written in three acts, and a total of fourteen, rather short, scenes (5, 4, and 5). Borrowing from the settings of One Thousand and One Night, the play is filled with the usual characters: a sultan- his vizier, wives, slave girls, etc. These colorful characters populate the rooms of the sultans palace, which are vibrating with music and song, as well as jealousy and intrigue.

Though somewhat of a tale, this is not an adventure, but rather a psychological presentation of a sudden, unlikely, and all-engulfing friendship between the Sultan and his Executioner. Both protagonists are uncharacteristic: the Sultan is sensitive, modest, kind, and tolerant- convinced that his main role is to take care of his subjects and ensure their welfare and happiness.

The executioner has a very clear mind, deep wisdom, and a philosophical approach to life and death, allowing him to perform his duties with perfectly calm and clear conscious. He is also unusually witty. Both characters did not foresee the effect of this close friendship on their life.



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