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  • Aladdin (1992): Promise to the Genie

    keeping promises
    ethical responsibility
    Aladdin keeps his promise and wishes for the genie's freedom.

  • Aladdin (1992): A Whole New World

    figures of speech
    Aladdin takes Jasmine on a magic carpet ride, and during his serenade for her, he uses many figures of speech, including alliteration, simile and hyperbole.

  • Aladdin (1992): At the Marketplace

    plot devices
    Jasmine gives an apple from a fruit stand to a hungry young boy. She is quickly accosted by the fruit stand owner for not paying for the product. When Jasmine states that she has no money, the owner is ready to take violent vengeance. Aladdin sees the commotion while admiring Jasmine from afar and quickly jumps in. He expresses his relief in finding Jasmine, who he claims to be his sister, and hastily pulls her away in order to escape danger.