The Irony of Hope

The Irony of Hope

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maithalbusaidi By maithalbusaidi Updated Dec 11, 2013

The narrative below is an adaptation of The Sixth Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor (http://www.candlelightstories.com/2009/03/27/arabian-nights-the-sixth-voyage-of-sinbad-the-sailor/) about a girl who is sent on a get away vacation by her agent to help her escape writer's block but she  experiences a plane crash instead. The irony of the story falls in her obsession with Sindbad and his voyages. 

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                                                               The Irony of Hope 

Engrossed in the Arabian Night Tales in my hand, I almost forgot that I was currently thirty thousand feet above ground level. Pulling me out of my concentration I heard the captain announce  ...