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The manuscript of a novel has been found in a big library of Budapest. Its "encryption" eighty years earlier was on the instructions of a fabled author, who can only be Gyula Krúdy, although his name is never mentioned. The book is also such a literary fiction that it could never have been written by Krúdy.
The writer, who calls himself Gyula Kandúr (Julius Tomcat), is just having his lunch at Majmunka’s house, when all of a sudden a Sindbad shows up, a sort of Frankenstein existing only in Kandúr’s imagination so far. The two doubles initiate a fight. Neither is able to overcome the other, so they decide to let a test of who has the longer wind tell who the real Sindbad is. Kandúr is chained to the radiator and from there he must watch Frankenstein-Sindbad making love to Majmunka’s concupiscent female dancers. Thanks to his imagination Kandúr wins.
Then, with the help of a flying carpet, the two counterparts fly to the city of Petra some 2,000 years earlier. They find themselves in the middle of an orgiastic evening party. They are captured by two guards of the king who needed another two companions at his table. The dinner is not free. After it they both will have to work hard: one of them will have to please until dawn the wife of the impotent king, the other the goddess of the city. She has the shape of a black cubical stone and is placed in front of the gates to the nether world. Kandúr will have to serve the queen, Sindbad the cubic stone goddess.