An epic piece of theater in three parts, “Slave” is easily the most well-known and recognized piece of Classical Faronun (and by extension, of the known world's Classical) literature. Written by Salai of Therefau, it tells the tale of the Hu'ut slave-owner Giut -- a basically good but troubled man -- and his slaves (this largely in the first part, “Slave”). Soon, the historical first war between the Farou and Hu'ut overtakes them, and the destruction of their orderly but unhappy world leads to Giut's exile with his former servants (“Wayfarer”). The third play focuses on the eventual foundation of the Faronun state and redemption of Giut (“Warrior”). Each of the three plays has three acts, and each act contains three scenes.