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A poor fisherman casts his net four times out of custom First cast caught a dead ass Second cast jar full of sand Third cast found potsherds bones and broken bottles Forth cast found a silver box containing Afrits the genie The fisherman is portrayed as a god fearing individual Out of respect for his god he bestows a form of blessing before and after he casts his net The moral of the story is what you do upon others others will do upon you Spare me so god may spare thee and do not kill me lest god kill thee The genie is delineated as a huge candle eyed creation who grew impatient in his vessel That was the reason why he decided to kill the person that released him Dunyasard is the narrator of the story She is reading it to her sister as a bedtime story One can relate with both the fisherman and the genie in this tale The fisherman for instance is presented as an average person fisherman trying to get by He has no desire to be something hes not He knows that he is a fisherman by trade does not falter by his daunting profession The genie on the other hand regrets his preordained way of life For over 700 some years this genie was sealed in his vessel Any sane person can connect with this character and feel his resentment and contempt for the outside world While many others lived life in the company of others Afrits the genie was kept in isolation If I was a child I would learn many things from this story The first thing I would probably retain would be the fact that genies are not always good I would feel this way because I would recognize instantaneously that the genie doesnt not only grant 3 wishes but also grants the
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