The Richest Man in Babylon - Chapter 10, The Luckiest Man in Babylon Summary & Analysis

George Samuel Clason
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Chapter 10, The Luckiest Man in Babylon Summary

Sharru Nada leads a caravan across the desert. Riding close beside him is the grandson of his former partner. Sharru Nada eyes the young man, Hadan Gula, as they ride across the landscape. The boy is nothing like his grandfather and Sharru Nada worries about the young man's fate. Hadan Gula does not value hard work and desires only money. Sharru Nada decides to tell Hadan Gula the story of how his grandfather, Arad Gula, and he came to be partners.

Sharru Nada sees three farmers working in a field outside of Babylon and realizes that he has seen these farmers before. As they ride along Sharru Nada begins to tell Hadan Gula his tale. Many years ago Sharru Nada passed by the same field and the same farmers. The man chained next...

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