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The Arabian Nights - Chapter 22, Judar and His Brethren Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22, Judar and His Brethren Summary

A merchant of Cairo named Omar has a wife and three sons: Salim, Salim, and Judar. The youngest son, Judar, is loved and trusted by his parents, but the other brothers are wicked, so Omar divides his worth into fourths, one part for each son and one part for his wife. Soon after, he dies, and the two wicked sons rob their mother and drive her out. They also sue their brother Judar until all their money is gone. Judar takes up fishing and cares for his mother, housing and feeding her. The wicked brothers beg for food from their mother while Judar is out fishing. One day he finds them in his house so he forgivse them, feeds them and allows them to stay.

Judar does not catch fish for three days, but the...

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