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Leingen vs. The Ants

short story

QuestionAnswer
Who is the protagonist in "Leiningen V.S. The Ants"? Leiningen
What are three antagonists? Ants, Brazilian Officer, Self
Author of the "Leiningen" Carl Stephenson
Setting Plantation in Brazil
Point of view third person objective
Person vs. Person Leiningen vs. official and Leiningen vs. Ants
Person vs. Self Leiningen vs. self (leave or stay--ego) and Leiningen's intelligence vs. local people
Person vs. nature Leiningen vs. ants, Leiningen vs. drought, floods, and plague,
Person vs. Machine Leiningen vs. plantation and Leiningen vs. ditch-water-dam
Person vs. Fate Leiningen vs. Ants coming in two days and Leiningen vs. control of his own fate
Person vs. society Leiningen vs. Brazilian official and Leiningen vs. ants society(marching)
what does water symbolize in the story? Baptism and rebirth
What is one allusion in the story? Dante's Hell
Why is it a cautionary tale? Its a warning for world domination and Hitler WWII
Created by: Mrs.Aloisio