By Faruk Abu Chacra
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GUNNER: Yes, ma'am. I have it. HAG: Good, I'll pull you up then. ) Page 12 NARRATOR: As Gunner climbed down the outside of the tree, he thought it strange how anxious the old hag was to get her little tinder box. ) HAG: My boxmy box! Give me my box! ) Here it is. It's a pretty little box. You can cherish the memory of your dear departed mother now. HAG: My mother? Oh, yes, my mother. ) You foolish man, I have no dear departed mother. This is my tinder box. I wanted it so badly because it's a magic box.
It's as if all the happiness in the world is mine when you're with me. PRINCESS ANN: I know, Gunner. I have never known such happiness myself. I must admit, though, it seems a trifle odd to call you Gunner and not by your real name. GUNNER: Well, what name do you like? Page 19 PRINCESS ANN: I've always liked the name Hendrick. GUNNER: Then my name will be Hendrick, just for you. (PRINCESS ANN smiles and kisses GUNNER on the cheek. ) NARRATOR: The next morning, the King and Queen hurried into town with the Guards to arrest the man who lived behind the door marked with the X.
Page 17 PRINCESS ANN: What difference does it make whether he's a common soldier or a king, as long as he's a good man and I love him? KING: It makes all the difference in the world! Because you're a princess. Because it's just not done! QUEEN: Who is this man? What's his name? PRINCESS ANN: I don't know his name. All I know is that I love him and I'm going to see him again tomorrow night. KING: Oh, no you're not. I forbid it! PRINCESS ANN: You can't stop me, Father. Even if you lock me in the highest room of the palace with 100 guards outside my door, his magical dogs will appear in a puff of smoke and take me away.
Arabic Around the World by Faruk Abu Chacra