The Tents of the Arabs

The Tents of the Arabs

eBook - 2015
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A crown should not be worn upon the head. A sceptre should not be carried in Kings' hands. But a crown should be wrought into a golden chain, and a sceptre driven stake-wise into the ground so that a King may be chained to it by the ankle. Then he would know that he might not stray away into the beautiful desert and might never see the palm trees by the wells. O Thalanna, Thalanna, how I hate this city with its narrow, narrow ways, and evening after evening drunken men playing skabash in the scandalous gambling house of that old scoundrel Skarmi. O that I might marry the child of some unkingly house that generation to generation had never known a city, and that we might ride from here down the long track through the desert, always we two alone till we came to the tents of the Arabs. And the crown-some foolish, greedy man should be given it to his sorrow. And all this may not be, for a King is yet a King.
Publisher: [United States] : Start Publishing LLC : Made available through hoopla, 2015
ISBN: 9781681463391
1681463393
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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