Ala al-Din Storyboard


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  • "If Ala al-Din had been a cat, he ought to have been drowned at birth, for he was bad from his nose to his knee-caps." - page 170
  • "Below ground in the lone valley, Ala al-Din had time to sit and reflect on the small heap of goodness he had swept together ... he had left [it] at home with his good, kind mother." - page 177
  • "he was noted by a black dwarf, who followed him with great interest for the rest of the day ... shortly after ... there was a knock at the door and the black dwarf stood on the step." - page 170
  • "'Allah has named the day of my death if what I see is true. Where is Ala al-Din's palace? ... Where is my daughter?'" - Sultan, page 194
  • "'Indeed, I think that I shall marry you to Ala al-Din if he will still have you after the snub I gave him.'" - Sultan, page 192
  • "'Carry my castle back to my native city, and plant its foundations in the holes which are waiting.'"- Ala al-Din, page 200
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