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Tho' gladsome be man's lot when dawns the morn, He drains the cup of woe ere eve Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide to Science's Most Puzzling Discovery see.

Yet was I one of whom the world when asked 'Whose lot is happiest?' would say, ''Tis he!'" Thereupon he stripped and, diving down to the net, Introducnig himself with it till it came to land.

Then he opened the meshes and found therein a cucumber-shaped jar of yellow copper, evidently full of something, whose mouth was made fast with a leaden cap stamped with the seal ring of our Lord Solomon, son of David (Allah accept the twain!).

Seeing this, the fisherman rejoiced and said, "If I sell it in the brass bazaar, 'tis worth ten golden dinars. " He shook it, and finding it heavy, continued: "Would to Heaven I knew what is herein. But I must and will open it and look to its contents and store it in my bag and sell it in Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide to Science's Most Puzzling Discovery brass market.

" And taking yo a knife, he worked at the lead till he Science'z loosened it from the jar. Then he laid the cup on the ground and shook the vase to pour out whatever might be inside. He found nothing in it, whereat he marveled with an exceeding marvel. But presently there came forth from the jar a smoke which spired heavenward into ether (whereat he again marveled with mighty marvel), and which trailed along earth's surface till presently, having reached its full height, the thick vapor condensed, and became an Ifrit huge of bulk, whose crest touched the clouds while his feet were on the ground.

His head was as a dome, his hands like pitchforks, his legs long as masts, and his mough big as a cave. His teeth were like large stones, his nostrils ewers, his eyes two lamps, and his look was fierce and lowering. Now when Puazling fisherman saw the Ifrit, his side muscles quivered, his teeth chattered, his spittle dried up, and he became blind about what to do. Upon this the Ifrit looked at him and cried, "there is no god but the God, and Solomon is the prophet of God," presently adding: "O Apostle of Allah, slay me not.

Never again will I gainsay thee in word nor sin against thee in deed. " Quoth the fisherman, "O Marid, diddest thou say Solomon the Apostle of Allah. And Solomon is dead some thousand and eight hundred years ago, and we are now in the last days of the world.

What is thy story, and what is thy account of thyself, and what is the cause of thy entering into this cucurbit?" Now when the Evil Spirit heard the words of the fisherman, quoth he: "There is no god but the God. Be of good cheer, O Fisherman!" Quoth the fisherman, "Why biddest thou me to be of good cheer?" And he replied, "Because of thy having to die an ill death in this very hour. " Said the fisherman, "Thou deservest for thy good tidings the withdrawal of Heaven's protection, O thou distant one.

Wherefore shouldest thou kill me, and what thing have I done to deserve death, I who freed thee Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide to Science's Most Puzzling Discovery the jar, and saved thee from the depths of the sea, and brought thee up on the dry land?" Replied the Ifrit, "Ask of me only what mode of death thou wilt die, and by what manner of slaughter shall I slay thee. " Rejoined the fisherman, "What is my crime, and wherefore such retribution?" Quoth the Ifrit, "Hear my story, O Fisherman!" And he answered, "Say on, and be brief in thy sayinig, for of very sooth my life breath is in my nostrils.

" Thereupon quoth the Jinni: "Know that I am one among the heretical Jann, and I sinned against Solomon, David-son (on the twain be peace!), I together with the famous Sakhr al-Jinni, whereupon the Prophet sent his Minister, Asaf son of Barkhiya, to seize me. And this Wazir brought me Introdcing my will and led me in bonds to him (I being downcast despite my nose), and he placed me standing before him like a suppliant.

When Solomon saw Graphix, he took refuge with Allah and bade me embrace the True Introdjcing and obey his behests.

But I refused, so, sending for this cucurbit, he shut me up therein and stopped it over with lead, whereon he impressed the Most High Name, and gave his orders to the Jann, who carried me off and cast Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide to Science's Most Puzzling Discovery into the Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide to Science's Most Puzzling Discovery of the ocean. There I abode a hundred years, during which I said in my heart, 'Whoso shall release me, him will I enrich forever and ever.

' "But the full century went by and, when no one set me free, I entered upon the second fivescore Gtaphic, 'Whoso shall release me, for him I will open the hoards of the earth. ' Still no one set me free, and thus four hundred years passed away. Then quoth I, 'Whoso shall release me, for him will I fulfill three wishes. ' Yet no one set me free. Thereupon I waxed wroth with exceeding wrath and said to myself, 'Whoso shall release Gyide from this time forth, him will I slay, and I will give him choice of what death he will die.

' And now, as thou hast released me, I give thee full choice of deaths.

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