In a few words, describe what you consider is the meaning/metaphor or relation of the tittle: The Worms of the Earth and the Lions
This is an allegory (to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one) about the weak standing up against the powerful. It is a story about a group of small and seemingly insignificant worms uniting to fight a pride of powerful lions. It is a reminder that, when unified, even the least powerful can challenge the most powerful.
The Worms of the Earth Against the Lions
Feudalism: A social and economic system in which people of a certain class, usually the nobility, are granted land and other resources from the ruling monarch in exchange for loyalty and service. Inequality: The unequal distribution of resources, power, and opportunity among people in a society. Divine Right: The belief that a monarch has a special connection to God, and that this connection gives them the right to rule.
Do you think the Worms of the Earth are justified in their fight against the Lions?
What messages do the worms and the lions communicate in this allegory?
What do the worms represent in the allegory and why?
In what ways can the allegory be applied to contemporary society?
What lessons can we learn from the story of The Worms of the Earth Against the Lions?
Draw a shark playing a guitar on a spaceship