Little Mermaid Allusion

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The Little Mermaid is an animated movie about Ariel, a mermaid, who disobeys her father, King Triton, to meet the love of her life, Eric. Ariel beings to feel love for a human. Their love is not accepted, because King Triton views humans as undesirable creatures. There is an allusion of my life within this movie, because I fell in love with someone my dad prohibited me to be with, Victor Chicas, due to a family feud between our families. The Little Mermaid and my love story with Victor are similar in showing that love changed my perspective over the Chicas family. The Little Mermaid is a movie set in the Atlantic and England in the 1830s. Ariel is a mermaid who is the daughter of the king of the ocean, King Triton. Ariel is curious…show more content…
King Triton loves Ariel, but he does not like the curiosity Ariel has about land, because he sees humans as barbarians, leading Ariel to grow up thinking humans are unworthy species, yet deep inside her she does not think that is true. Therefore, he forbids her to swim to the surface of the ocean, yet Ariel would disobey. Ariel has a secret cave where she collects objects that humans make. The objects were spoons, forks, plates, neckless, bracelets, and so on. She wonders how her father would consider humans as barbarians if they made such wonderful objects. One late afternoon, while Ariel is swimming to the surface she sees a ship filled with humans. Ariel became overwhelmed because she did not see so many humans before. Thus she decides to swim closer. To her surprise, she gets a close look at Prince Eric. She has not seen someone as handsome as Prince Eric, and she falls in love immediately. While Ariel is admiring Prince Eric, lightening struck the ship and creates chaos because the ship is on fire. Leading the sailors to…show more content…
My Dad was over protective and did not want his daughters to be in a relationship until we had our own job and could support ourselves financially. As time passed and my older sister, Madeline, grew up, he began to be more lenient and decided to let his first daughter be in a relationship at the age of eighteen. He informed Madeline that he would accept any man who loved her except a man from the family Chicas. My dad’s family and their family had been in a feud for years because the Chicas had killed members from our family, and our family killed members of their family. My father viewed them as barbarians, who would do no good to his

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