The theme of The Rebellion of the Magical Rabbits, which is an entertaining children’s story.
In the beginning of this of story the wolves conquered the rabbit lands by using power and force. Then the Wolf King is a tyrant who tried to destroy all traces of rabbits and proclaimed rabbits do not exist.
Then birds reported seeing rabbits which irritates the Wolf King who then he demanded photos of his acts of triumph. So the monkey photographer was ordered by the Wolf King to take a photo of him.
The monkey photographer came to the Wolf King to take a photo of him. The picture was took and developed the old and gray fox became angry at the photographer for not noticing the rabbit ear in the picture next to the king who looked like he won a boxing match. The monkey then erased the ear sticking out in the photo with a strong acid but soon more problems sprung up in the pictures. When the Wolf wanted a picture of him smashing the beavers dam and scaring away the pigeons the photos showed the rabbits got in the pictures because of there speed. Even though the fox’s sharp eyes scanned the area for rabbits the rabbits were so quick they got into the picture without the fox’s noticing. The monkey photographer had to erase more rabbits while the Wolf King demanded even and more rabbits appeared in the pictures. The King Wolf started to be even more commanding and changed the bird’s tune forcibly.
Also when the photos were being erased of rabbits they began to look defective as if they had been tampered with. More rabbits had appeared which troubled the monkey photographer so he cleverly thought of persuading the Wolf King of sitting on a throne where rabbits can’t enter the picture.The monkey than had to take back all the photos with the rabbit and got in trouble with the Wolf King for being accused of a traitor. New security was added which was a boa constrictor and many one hundred eyed spiders set in strategic places to find any rabbits. Another thing that was ordered was half of the population had to cut off their fur. Cows also had their own milk turned sour by the Wolf King too.
During the turning point of the story the monkey had to take a photo of the Wolf King on his throne and he became nervous because if there was a rabbit he had to eat all the photographs. The rabbits than fought off the security of wolves but the rabbits were to fast and agile to be taken down. The rabbits gnawed on the throne and managed to collapse it when the monkey taken the photo and the wolf king had his fur torn and ribs broken.
The wolves lost there power and the monkey photographer developed the picture quickly as he could. The monkey photographer gave his daughter the special picture she wanted and the sun shined with the world full of rabbits.
The theme of the story is that victory of peaceful resistance and strategy and intellect can overcome violet rule. The rabbits are the protagonists of the story and represent peaceful resistance and the Wolf King was the antagonist and represented tyranny and force. Also the Wolf King characteristics were a mean, greedy, uncaring, and boastful person. The gray old fox was a servant of the power structure and the monkey was one too but was a main character. Also when the Wolf King’s throne collapsed it represented the power structure collapsing because after that the tyranny of the wolves ended and they retreated.