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Ala al-Din is always up to no good. He was bad from his nose to his knee caps. If he was born asa cat, he would have been drowned at birth.
In the story of Ala al-Din, the conflict is a person vs. person conflict between Ala al-Din and the black dwarf.
Just give me the stupid lamp
Can you please give me some help? I could really use some help right now.
In Ala al-Din, the main rising action is when Princess Budr al-Budur gives the black dwarf the lamp that contains the Ifrit.
The climax of the story is when Ala al-Din comes back to find his princess and his palace have been taken away from him by the black dwarf.
Oh no! Where are my house and my beautiful princess?
You better bring back my daughter or it will be off with your head!!
The falling action in the story of Ala al-Din is when Ala al-Din has the Ifrit take him, his wife and his palace back to where it should be and have the black dwarf locked up in jail.
Ala al-Din and Budr al-Budur live happily ever after with the black dwarf in prison
Thank you Ala al-Din for saving my princess!
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