The Arabian Nights is one of the world's well-known collections of Arabic folk tales written during the Islamic Golden Age. Defied by an unfaithful wife, Shahryar is the king of a great empire, but is brokenhearted. Shahryar chooses to marry a new woman every day only to kill her the next morning. More and more innocent women die until one day Scheherazade, the daughter of the King's top advisor, offers to marry the King. The King and advisor both raise objection, but Scheherazade persists, all knowing that the night could be her last. That night, she requests to say goodbye to her sister before her death and she tells her one last story before she sleeps and that is the beginning of dozens of stories that manage to keep her alive.
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