The Arabian Nights Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. In the opening chapter of The Story of King Shahryar And His Brother, Shahrazad is spared eligibility for beheading because she is one of the Wazir's daughters. Is her request to marry the king an act of fate/Allah's power, or rather an a human aspect of her personality?

In the opening chapter of The Story of King Shahryar And His Brother, Shahrazad's request to marry the king was an act driven by the power of Allah, because her following stories are all related to the morals behind the religion of the time.

2. In The Story of King Shahryar and His Brother, the tale within a tale about the fisherman and the Jinni demonstrates the power of what kind of belief system?

In The Story of King Shahryar and His Brother, the tale demonstrates the good of what will come when all characters involved that are suffering turn their fates over to Allah.

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