The Storyteller's Daughter - Chapters 14-15: The Calm Before a Storm, A Sunlight Story Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14-15: The Calm Before a Storm, A Sunlight Story Summary

Times passes and Shahrazad continues to tell her endless tale nightly, and 'Ajib joins them for the telling. Both Shahrayar and Sharazad feel contentment they were not expecting, though neither is willing to admit their feelings out loud. The subjects of the king begin to assume Shahrazad will live. 'Ajib's brothers start a rumor that Shahrayar spares Shahrazad's life not by his own free will but because she has bewitched him with her stories. The king's chamberlain takes up the rumors, embittered that the vizier has a higher ranking and significance in court than he does; the brothers' plan has taken better hold of the public imagination than they could have hoped. They pushed the story further, subtly insinuating that if Shahrayar does not kill...

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