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Travel Tales in the Promised Land (Palestine)

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Published: 1908
Language: English
Wordcount: 30,919 / 93 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.3
LoC Category: DS
Downloads: 1,347
Added to site: 2008.06.09
mnybks.net#: 21172
License: ©
Genre: Travel

Translation copyright (C) 2008 by James D. Schoonover.

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tafa gave him the price so fast that the buyer paid his money without reservation and hastily exited.

This disruption now had the effect of reclaiming more life in our conversation. Among ourselves, we sensed that something on both sides had transpired in that time-something which we had not seen. In the process, Mustafa had seized every opportunity to bring Thar back, all in order to praise him. We had not been speaking softly, so the boy must have been able to hear us. Thar was crouched down in the corner by Bem, and it seemed that they were undertaking a change of scenes, which for now was concealed from us. In the way of materials for transforming a setting, Mustafa's shop lacked nothing; for almost everything imaginable was available for purchase, old as well as new. After the boy and Bem had completed their grand scheme, Thar slowly came striding out of the corner, proudly presenting himself to us.

He was now dressed as a famous hero, most likely ready to perform some kind of vendetta gain

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