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A market is, of course, a place where people buy and sell; therefore, the parliament is no longer a place where serious business is transacted, but a place for "goods" sampling; in other words, sexual or erotical sampling.
The author misconstrues erotic motifs in sufi poetry ("The strongly erotical colouring of the poetry produced by the Sufis and scholars of the Hijaz in this period appears typical for this time," 37) and inaccurately depicts al-Zabidi as a shrewd businessman who was as interested in promoting his works as he was in collecting pocket watches (71-73).
There are also stories about a subdued erotical character and the relationship between the king and the Goddess Taleju (Hock 1991:151).