Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp

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Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp In the novel “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” one can compare the differences of the novel to the movie. There are so many differences between the novel and the movie like for example when in the novel he falls for the princess while spying on her and in the movie it’s a totally different thing because he meets the princess in the street and than he falls for her. So basically the novel and the movie are not similar to each other and their both a lot different. In the Fairy tale version of “Aladdin” Aladdin is kind of a creepy guy spying on the princess and falling in love with her as he is spying on her and he also declares that they will be together. The fairy tale shows a creepy side about Aladdin…show more content…
In the fairy tale version he wishes for a lot of things and comparing it to the Disney version movie Aladdin only has three wishes and not unlimited wishes like the fairy tale version of Aladdin has. Their one more other discussion how these to version do not have in common is how had a flying carpet in the Disney version and than in the fairy tale version it doesn’t even talk about a flying carpet that the magician had gave to Aladdin. There are so many differences between these stories that changes the out come of the endings in both version of Aladdin. Like how the African Magician has a younger brother in the fairy tale version to revenge his brothers death and to kill Aladdin. In the Disney version it doesn’t talk about the magician having a younger brother. So the outcome of both versions of Aladdin is very different from each other, other than Aladdin marrying the princes at the end of the story. Basically society has an impact on these stories because they tend to be a love story and how to lovers meet but something or someone tries to stop them from reaching their lovers hearts. These stories have an impact on our societies today and people love romantic stories and how there is always another person trying to ruin that dream from happening. Basically both these versions of Aladdin help the reader and the viewer to see how the outcome of every romantic story
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