Carl Stephenson's Leiningen Versus the Ants?

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The short story 'Leiningen Versus the Ants' by Carl Stephenson is about a scrappy, no-nonsense plantation possessor called Leiningen (his major name is never stated in the story), and his stubborn refusal to abandon his plantation in the face of a seemingly unstoppable mass of army ants, described as 'an elemental—an act of God!'
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when leiningen kills all the ants.
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