The Lady and Her Five Suitors

(1001 Nights)

Character types:

The beautiful female

The Handsome young man

The Wali

The Qadi

The Vizier

The King

The Carpenter


Somewhere in Persia, inside the woman's villa


The situation itself


When the woman trapped her five suitors in the case


The girl and her lover may live together in another metropolis.


The storyline is about an attractive woman who fell in love using a handsome child because of his boredom because her husband had decide for a far country and was absent for such a long time. The woman and the young man take pleasure in exceedingly which in turn later makes a difficulty while using law plus the young man was imprisoned. To discharge the her lover the lady claimed that young man is her sibling, she navigate to the Wali (chief of police), Qadi, Vizier, as well as the King and asked them to support her case but these persons acceded only if he will have sex with them as exchange trade. Therefore , she consented and gives these people the place and time for their very own tryst. Afterwards, he goes toward a father and ordered from him a cupboard consisting of four compartments over a other but the carpenter once again asked her whether the girl wants to spend on the case or her affection and she chose the latter although only if the carpenter tends to make a cabinet with five chambers. After the arrangement, he advised the carpenter of the time and place of their tryst.

The trysting day emerged. The Qadi arrived initially so the girl asked him to replace his clothes using a light bathrobe until we have a knock on the door. The lady cried for the Qadi exclaiming that the person outside is her spouse, so the lady told the Qadi to cover in the cabinet and your woman locked that. So it ideal for the other.

The last to arrived was your carpenter and she told him the cabinet's top compartment is actually narrow to support a man, because the carpenter declared that it can carry a man, the lady told him to climbed and demonstrated his assert. The woman still left the place...