An alternate (Marxist)
The Lorax decided it was time for a stand
So he rounded up the creatures from Ohsnapsmittle Land.
They were all reunited and stacked up real tall,
They were determined and ready to conquer it all.
With a seven foot tower of Barbaloots and such,
They attacked the Once-ler shouting, “We’ve all had enough!”
They bashed and they bonkled the Once-Ler’s employees,
All to save the Truffula Trees.
The fight was tough and hard to endure,
But there lay the Once-ler knocked out on the floor.
The land would soon look like it had before,
For the Thneed-making factory was no more.
The Lorax smiled at his army of friends,
Speaking of living as one till the end.
Using what you now know about
Marxist theory, rewrite the ending of
The Lorax to represent a Marxist
perspective. In other words, if Marx
was reading this book, what would he
have liked to see the ending look like?
Try to the best of your ability to write
this ending using Dr. Seuss-like
language and prose. However, please
spend more time on the concept rather
than the style.