Zlateh the Goat - Fool's Paradise Summary & Analysis

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Fool's Paradise Summary

A man named Kadish has a son named Atzel. A distant relative of Atzel's, an orphaned girl named Aksah, who was the same age at Atzel, also lives with Kadish. When they were children, Atzel and Aksah played together and pretended to be husband and wife. Everyone thought that when Atzel and Aksah grew up, they would become husband and wife. Atzel grew up into a tall young man with black hair and black eyes. Aksah grew up into a tall young woman with blue eyes and golden hair.

When Atzel grows up, however, he proves to be a very lazy young man. He doesn't want to study or work, and he doesn't want to take over his father's business. Atzel remembers the stories his old nurse had told him about paradise. Atzel believes that in paradise, one never works and always feasts on rich...

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