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Comments 9 comments — Leave a comment. A really good story. Read it for the first time decades ago, recently re-read it, and was struck by the strength of the writing.
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Also, by the fact that Leningen won in the end -- in most modern science fiction, Leningen would have failed and died.
Might reprint it copyright's long since out on it but I'm not totally sure that it counts as either science-fiction or horror.
There really are army ants, though real army ants aren't that determined or smart. That's why, in spite of its problems with biology and attitudes toward non-whites, I love it. It's a story of courage, determination, and honor fulfilled.
There are far too few of them around any more. Also, real army ants aren't that numerous, and usually don't take down livestock or people though some African read article do so under certain circumstances: The colony is like a brain, each ant like one neuron in it, and the whole can be frighteningly intelligent.
But that many ants on the march? That sort of behavior? Not today -- but you could call it science fantasy. Horror involves a sort of paralysis of the will, at least for a moment, caused by appallment, whereas terror galvanizes one into a strong fight-flight reaction that can save one's life. Knowing how off the picture of ant behavior is in this story -- and not just ants; piranhas aren't all that dangerous to us, either, though alligators not crocodiles, which are totally Old World can be -- I still find myself easily suspending disbelief as I read this story.
Now that 's a story! Link Reply Parent Thread. BTW, as the National Geographic link I gave you points out, colonies of army ants -- there are about species of them -- typically number some ,00 ants, not the literal trillions that "Leningen vs.
My goodness, I read that story a long time ago as well, I can't remember when, possibly even Jr. Parts of it stuck with me, and now I feel compelled to re-read it. The title was not one of those things, so thanks for that.
"Leiningen versus the Ants", by Carl Stephenson () - Semper Fi
Most suspense stories I've tried to read in the last few years don't pack anything like the punch this story does. For all its scientific flaws and racist bullshit, "Leningen vs. I don't remember it being terribly racist. I'll have to re-read it, it's been And it is expressed through Leningen himself, through what are apparently his thoughts, as described by the author. So the author may or may not be racist, but Leningen sure is.
That was one man, and those were the times, and the racism isn't all that pertinent to the story except as it shows why Leningen assumes the burdens of noblesse oblige ," risking his own life to save all his people, including Indians.
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If I'd been writing it, I'd have made it clear that the racism, however much of it there was in the story, was all Leningen's, described incidents showing that the Indians really didn't fit Leningen's patronizing view of them and were instead as intelligent and courageous as anybody else -- but that, because of his views of the Indians, Leningen still went on to take that horrible risk to save everyone, and was therefore a hero.
Does anybody know the title of an old book of short stories that included Leiningen versus the ants, a 17thth century naval battle and white fur traders captured by 18th century Indians that tortured them? There were here stories, but I just can't remember their content.
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I never finished that book, before it was stolen. If anyone has an idea, please let me know. Anyone know the name of a book with Leiningen vs. This old book has old naval battles of the Napoleonic era, as well as 18th century fur traders captured by hostile imdians that tortured the captives.
If you know which book I write of, please let me know.
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