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 and than the movie version makes Aladdin look like prince charming. Both the movie and the fairy tale version of Aladdin are way different from each other. The only thing that is the same in each story is the characters but than they do not have the same characteristic features. In the fairy tale version of Aladdin is characterized more of a creep because he grants a wish from the genie asking him to bring the princes and Grand Vizier’s son to his chamber and than he tells the genie to take the Vizier’s son away so that he could be alone with the princess and like he tells the princess not to be afraid they would be together and get married and she was scared of him. In the Disney version of Aladdin it shows him out in the streets and he comes across the princess and falls in love with her. After he falls in love the Vizier Jafar finds out and throws Aladdin in jail were he thinks Aladdin will prosper and change his mind. But than Aladdin gets out and reunites with princes once again. Basically both version have almost the same concept but they’re both different because of the setting of each story take place in different countries and they both have different characteristic features on the character Aladdin which is a creep in...
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