Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights - Zumurrud the Great and His Three Companions Summary & Analysis

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Ghazali, during his lifetime, had freed Zumurrud from a bottle and therefore been granted three wishes. Ghazali asked to use his wishes later, and Zumurrud was generally impressed by his unusual wisdom. At the time of the strangenesses, after his grave-to-grave argument with Ibn Rushd, Ghazali called Zumurrud. Ghazali asked him to instill fear on humanity to drive them back towards god, to have them fear god and then seek god’s shelter.

Zumurrud brought three companions (Zabardast, Shining Ruby, and Ra’im), and Ra’im began by swallowing the Staten Island ferry as a sea monster. Shining Ruby possessed Daniel ‘Mac’ Aroni, boss of the world’s largest private financial institution and friend of Seth Oldville. ‘Mac’ had believed that he managed his company by giving his less brave employees a comprehensible view of the world, and...

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