Ala al-Din

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  • The exposition of Ala al-Din and His Wonderful Lamp starts with a boy named Ala al-Din. "If Ala al-Din was a cat, he ought to of been drowned at birth." He was very lazy and badly behaved, and refused to help his mother with work.
  • Ah ha! I have found Ala al-Din
  • Hurry up Ala al Din, do some work!
  • The conflict of this story is the black dwarf. He send Ala al-Din into a cave, but when Ala al-Din won't come he traps him in the cave. Ala al-Din then uses the magic lamp to escape.
  • Get me out of here!
  • I am the slave of the ring, and the slave of any who wears it! What do you want master?
  • The rising action is when Ala al-Din uses the ifrit of the lamp to become rich. Then Ala al-Din uses his riches to bribe the king into letting him marry the princess.
  • If I can not marry her I shall undoubtedly die!
  • The climax of the story is when the black dwarf steals the lamp. Using its power, he steals the princess and the palace.
  • Someone, help me!
  • Be quiet you!
  • The falling action is when the king wishes to put Ala al-Din to death for losing the princess, but the villagers stop him. Ala al-Din then sets of, promising to save the princess.
  • Do not put Ala al-Din to death!
  • If the devil Ala al-Din should ever set foot in this the walls of this city, seize him and bring him in chains!
  • I must go to save my princess!
  • The resolution is when Ala al-Din tricks the dwarf into drinking a sleeping potion, so Ala al-Din could take back the lamp. Ala al-Din then frees the ifrit from the lamp, and saves the princess.
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