Collected Fictions - The Aleph: Part IV Summary & Analysis

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The Aleph: Part IV Summary

The Two Kings and the Two Labyrinths

The King of Arabia, it is said, visits the King of Babylon. The King of Babylon cruelly puts the King of Arabia into a labyrinth. It takes the King of Arabia hours to find his way out of the labyrinth, and escape. The King of Arabia attacks Babylon and captures its king. The King of Babylon is abandoned to his death in the desert, as that is the labyrinth that the King of Arabia claims to have.

The Wait

A man is pursued. Senor Villari only goes out at night, doing things like going to the movies alone. Villari reads the newspapers to see if there is any news on his enemy, Alejandro Villari. The fugitive has to go to a dentist and fears that he has been recognized. Finally...

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