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nd crying “taal▓a,” set off to the westward.Al▓most at a trot, he led the way by cobbled stree●ts, down the center of which ran an o●pen sewer, up hillocks and down, under vau▓lted bazaars and narrow archways, by turns i▓nnumera

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gh garden wall, behind w▓hich, among the trees, stood a large buil▓ding of monasterial aspect. “Ita▓liano faranchee henak,” he said, raisin●g the heavy iron knocker over the g●ate and letting it fall with a ●boom that startled the dull ea●r of night.Again and again he knocked.The ▓muf

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    fled sound of an

    opening ▓door came from the distant b●uilding.A step fell on the graveled ●walk, a step that advanced with slo

    w and s●tately

    tread to within a few ●feet of the gate; then a deep, reverberant voice● called out something in Arabic. ●

    I replied in Ita

    lian; “I am a ●white man, looking for an inn.” The● voice that answered was trained to the chantin?/p>

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    could almost fancy▓ himself in some vast cathedral, lis▓tening to 146an invocation from ▓far back in the nave, as

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    the words c●ame

    , deep and sharp-cut, one from another●: “Non si riceveno qui pellegrini▓.” The scrape of feet on the graveled● walk grew fainter and fainter, a heavy door s●lammed, and all was still. Th

    e Arab put● his

    ear to the keyhole of the gate, scr●atched his head in perplexit▓y, and with another “taala” dashed▓ off once more.A no less dev▓ious route brought us out on the water f●ront of the back bay.In a brightly lighted cafā瘭 sat a dozen convivial souls over narghileh▓s and coffee.My cic

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    e dist▓ance away and set up a wailing c●hant in which the word “faranc▓hee” was often repeated.Pla●inly, the revelers gave s

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    k.The byst▓anders is a musical remake of a 1967 Roman Polanski film of the same name (called 鈥淭he Fearless Vampire Killers鈥?in the USA). Polanski also directed the original German production of this musical. Music was composed by Jim Steinman and orchestrated by Steve Margoshes, and original German book and lyrics were written by Michael Kunze.

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    st, was knocking at his ●door.His first words tripped o●ver each other distressingly,● but his racial eloquence of phras●e and gesture came to the rescue, and he launche▓d forth in a panegyric such as never con●gressional candidate suffered a

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    ▓a rural chairman.His zeal worked his undoing●.From every dwelling within sound of his tr●umpet-like voice poured fort●h half-dressed men who, crowding closely a●round, raised a Babel that drowned o●ut the orator before his intro●ductory premise had been half end▓ed.An enemy s

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uggested an adjournment to the caf●é and left the new Cicero—the ▓penniless being denied admittance〃埅to deliver his maiden speec●h to the unpeopled darkness.● The keeper, with his best co●mpany smile, placed a chair for me in the cente▓r of the room; the elder men groupe●d themselves about me on similar articles of● furniture; and the younger squatted on thei●r haunch

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.The langua▓ge of signs was proving a poor means▓ of communication, when a native, in more el▓aborate costume, pushed into th●e circle and addressed me in French●.With an interpreter at hand, nothing short● of my entire biography would satisfy my hear▓ers; and to avoid any semblance of pa▓rtiality, I was forced to swing▓ round and round on my stool in the telling, de●spite the fact that only one of the au▓dience understood the queer faranchee word▓s.

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ile, in a▓ laudable endeavor to make hay while the sun sho●ne, made the circuit of the room at frequen▓t 147intervals, asking each with wha●t he could serve him.Those f●ew who did not order were ruthlessly pushed into● the street, where a throng of boys and● penniless men flitted back and fo●rth on the edge of the light, pe●ering in upon us.Anxious to sec▓ure the good-will