What would happen if all animals turned against us? Like in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, except not just the birds.


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C.S.Lewis covered this in his poem "Pan's Purge". I won't quote it here -- my fingers shudder at the thought of all that typing -- but it's well worth reading. Not only the animals turned against us but the whole of nature. As a race we were almost completely destroyed "except for saints and savages" whom he contrived to spare.

It carries a Christian message in that unique Lewis style, but is entertaining in spite of that.

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