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The Rebellion of the Magical Rabbits

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on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of The Rebellion of the Magical Rabbits

The book begins with a flashback about how the wolves had conquered the land of the rabbits. Now the leader of the pack of wolves made himself king. He then destroyed every book with rabbits in it to erase them from history. However now the birds are saying they've seen the rabbits. So the king wolfs guard came up the idea of “seeing is believing” and that he should get someone to take pictures of him doing heroic things. This leads him to fetch the monkey who used to be known for his photography.
Again he had to remove the image on the rabbits and the wolf order the picture to be posted everywhere even on milk containers. However the next day the chemical began to wear off on all the pictures however the guards were able to catch it soon enough and burned them all before anyone figured out. The next night the birds became suspicious and the head guard of the king wolf brought in a boa constrictor and hundred eyed spider to help guard the king who is becoming more suspicious. The King wolf wanted to take another photo of him on the top of his throne making a heroic pose an army of rabbits appeared and destroyed his throne causing it to crumble to the ground killing the king and the book ends with the narrator saying the world was full of rabbits.

Later that day the began with the first picture of the wolf posing on the top of his throne. It takes awhile for the monkey to develop the photo and instead of first showing it to the king he shows it to the guard and he notices a large furry ear in the corner. Without panicking to much and jumping to conclusions he orders the monkey to use a special liquid that would remove the image of the ear. He then gives the photo to the king and he was very pleased on how it turned out. They then go to a beaver dam and the king ordered the monkey to take a picture that captured the wolf breaking through the dam and destroying it. So then the monkey went home to develop the photo and there seemed to be two rabbits in the background that seemed to be having a picnic.
By Ariel Dorfman
The Rebellion of the Magical Rabbits
- Photographer for the king.
King Wolf
- The king of all animals.
- The King Wolfs head guard.
- The rebellion that wants to over throw the king.
Monkeys daughte
r- The kings photographers daughter/only child.
Monkeys wife
- The Kings photographers wife
- An extra guard the fox hired to protect the king
Boa Constrictor
- An extra guard the fox hired to protect the king.
The setting of this book is never
said. However by context clues it
seems the book takes place in a village surrounded by a forest.
The theme of this book
is to follow by example.
Literary Terms
Imagery- The book describes what the characters look like.
Theme- the book shows a theme of leading by example.
Onomatopoeia- There are a few words that mimic sound when the wolf breaks the dam and when his throne crashes down.
Climax- There is a point in the book where the action reaches its peak.
Vladimiro Ariel Dorfman was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on May 6, 1942. He moved to the United States in 2004 and has been a professor of literature and Latin American studies at Duke university since ‘85. He moved to chile in 1954 and became a professor at the University of Chile and then married a woman named Angelica Malinarich in 1966, one year before he became an official Chilean citizen. Later graduated from The University of California at Berkeley and went home to his town in Chile. When the Chilean President Salvador Allende Gossens died in a military coup, backed by the U.S. on September 11, 1973, and his democratically elected Government was overthrown, Vlad went into political exile.
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