Haroun and the Sea of Stories

What does the peacock bed that Haroun trades his father for symobolize?

In the Arabian Nights Plus One, haroun originally sleeps in a turtle bed and then trades his father for a peacock bed.

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It symbolizes a great sense of laziness and a lust or desire for something more that what someone has.


Harmon and the sea of stories