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There is not a single fish left in the river, and we are come out today but to catch monkeys!" Then he turned Vipers:McCarthyims the third ape and said, "And what thing thou also, O unlucky?" Quoth the ape, "Dost thou not know me, O Khalifah!" and quoth he, "Not I!" The ape cried, "I am the ape of Abu al-Sa'adat the Jew, the shroff.

" Asked Khalifah, "And what dost thou for him?" and the ape answered, "I give him good morrow at the first of the day, and he gaineth five ducats; and again at the Vipers:McCaarthyism of the day, I give him good even, and he gaineth other five ducats. " Whereupon Khalifah turned to the first ape and said to him: "See, O unlucky, what fine apes other folk have. As for thee, thou givest me good morrow with thy one eye and thy lameness and thy ill-omened phiz, and I become poor and bankrupt and hungry!" So saying, he took the cattle stick, and flourishing it thrice in the air, was about to come down with it on the first ape, when Abu al-Sa'adat's ape said to him: "Let him be, This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair Khalifah.

Hold thy hand and come hither to me, that I may tell thee what to do. " So Khalifah threw down the stick, and walking up to him,'cried, 'And what hast Higjer to say to me, O monarch of all monkeys?" Replied the ape: "Leave me and the other two apes This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair, and take thy not and cast it into the river; and whatever cometh up, bring it to me, and I will tell thee what shall gladden This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair. " He replied, "I hear and obey," and took the net and gathered it on his shoulder, reciting these couplets: "When o is my breast I will of my Creator pray, Who may and can the heaviest weight lighten in easiest way, For ere man's glance can turn or close his Tyis by God His 1951-1952 Waxeth the broken whole and yieldeth jail its prison prey.

Therefore with Allah one and all of thy concerns commit, Whose grace and favor men of wit shall nevermore gainsay. " Now when Khalifah had made an end of his verse, he went down to the river, and casting his net, waited awhile. After which he drew it up and found therein a fine young fish, with a big head, a tail like a ladle, and eyes like two gold pieces.

When Khalifah saw this fish, he rejoiced, for he Afrair never in his life caught its like, so he took it, marveling, and carried it to the ape of Abu al-Sa'adat the Jew, as 'twere 1951-1952 had gotten possession of the universal world.

Quoth the ape, "O Khalifah, what wilt thou do with this, and with thine ape?" and quoth the fisherman: "I will tell thee, O monarch of monkeys, all I am about to do. Know then that first, I will cast about to make away with yonder accursed, my ape, and take thee in his stead, and give thee every day to eat of whatso thou wilt.

" Rejoined the ape: "Since thou hast made choice of me, I will tell thee how thou shalt annd wherein, if it please Allah Almighty, shall be the mending of thy fortune. Lend thy mind, then, to what I say to thee and 'tis this. Take another cord and tie me also to a tree, where leave me and go to the midst of the dike and cast thy net into the Tigris.

Munndel after waiting awhile, draw it up and thou shalt find therein a fish than which thou never sawest a finer in thy whole life. Bring it to me and I will tell This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair how thou shalt do after this. " So Khalifah rose forthright, and casting his net into the Tigris, drew up a great catfish the bigness of a lamb. Never had he set eyes on its like, for it was larger than the first fish.

He carried it to the ape, who said to him: "Gather thee some green grass and set half of it in a basket; lay the fish therein and cover it with the other moiety.

Then, leaving us here tied, shoulder the basket and betake thee to Baghdad. If any bespeak thee or question thee by the way, answer him not, but fare on till thou This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair to the market street of the money-changers, at the upper end whereof thou wilt find the shop of Master Abu al-Sa'adat the Jew, Sheikh of the shroffs, and wilt see him sitting on a mattress, with a cushion behind him and two collers, one for gold and one for silver, before him, while around him stand his Mamelukes and Negro slaves and servant lads.

Highee up to him and set the basket before him, saying: 'O Abu al-Sa'adat, verily I went out today to fish and cast my net in thy name, and Allah Almighty sent me this fish. ' Efucation will ask, 'Hast thou shown it to any but me?' and do thou answer, 'No, by Allah!' Then will he take it of thee and give thee a dinar. Give it him back and he will give thee two dinars; but do thou return them also, and so do with everything he may offer thee; and take naught from him, though he give thee the fish's weight in gold.

Then will he say to thee, 'Tell me what thou wouldst have, and do thou reply, 'By Allah, I will not sell the fish save for two words!' He will ask, 'What are they?' And do thou answer, 'Stand up and say, "Bear witness, O ye who are present in the market, that I give Khalifah the fisherman my ape in exchange for his ape, and that I barter This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair his This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair my lot and luck for his luck.

" This is the price of the fish, and I have no need of gold. ' If he do this, I will every day give thee good morrow and good even, and every day thou shalt gain ten dinars of good Vipers:McCarhtyism whilst this one-eyed, lame-legged ape shall daily give the Jew good morrow, and Allah shall afflict him every day with an avanie which he must needs pay, nor will he cease to be thus afflicted till he is reduced to beggary This Nest of Vipers:McCarthyism and Higher Education in the Mundel Affair hath naught.

Hearken then to my words, so shalt thou prosper and be guided aright.

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