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Watership Down

AUTHOR Watership Down was written by Richard Adams, who was born May 9, 1920, in Berkshire, England.He won two awards for this novel.He is still living.
Hazel became the leader of the rabbits once they left their original warren.He was a very smart and tricky rabbit who won the respect and trust of the other rabbits by his courage and many great deeds.He always handled problems calmly so others would also remained calm.Whenever a plan was needed, Hazel would always come up with one.
Fiver, the younger brother of Hazel, was unique because of his small size and ability to foresee danger.He saved the rabbits from death by warning some rabbits of the danger.
Bigwig, a great fighting and courageous rabbit, was essential for the success of the traveling rabbits.He loved to fight and always did his best to protect the others.He was also the bird Kehaar's best friend and enjoyed spending time with him.
Blackberry was the most intelligent rabbit in the group.For example, he made a boat to cross a river although the others had never even seen or understood the floating concept.Blackberry always helped Hazel to think of ideas when problems arose.
Dandelion, another smart rabbit, was known for his speed and for his great story telling of El-ahrairah, the rabbit folk hero.He could always tell stories which distracted and eased the rabbits from problems.
Pipkin, a good friend of Fiver, was small like Fiver but acted as if he was as big as Bigwig.He always did what he was told and never complained.
One day Fiver, sensing danger, convinced his brother Hazel that they must leave their warren.Hazel tried to warn the Chief Rabbit of the danger, but he did not listen.Hazel gathered a group and went along the brook until they reached another warren of rabbits.
These rabbits were very strange and acted differently from other rabbits.Hazel and his group decided to leave after Bigwig got ca


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