The Arabian Nights: One Thousand and One Nights


how does aladdin change from the beginning of the story to the end

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FRom beginning to end, Alladin changes greatly, as does his fortune. Born into poverty, he is the perfect choice for the Magician, who does magic by convincing the young boy to retrieve the lamp. Alladin, however, escapes entrapment and uses the lamp with its wishes to become rich. Thus, the poor boy without ambition becomes a great and sometimes greedy man, who marries the Sultan's daughter. He is ingenious, witty, and often calculating.