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Essay | A Chapter by Chapter Summary of "Watership Down"

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A Chapter by Chapter Summary of "Watership Down"

Summary: Provides a chapter-by-chapter summary of "Watership Down" by Richard Adams.
Chapter One

Two young rabbits, Fiver and Hazel, are out eating. Fiver got his name from being the fifth rabbit born in the litter and was the smallest. Although they are still young and not fully grown, it is obvious that Hazel will be a large rabbit and Fiver a small one. Fiver begins to get a terrible feeling about the surrounding area. They find a sign planted in the ground that they could not read. Fiver says that the ground is covered in blood and something horrible is happening. He panics, telling Hazel that it will come to the warren. The sign describes a housing development that is to be built there.

Chapter 2

Fiver has a terrible nightmare that something will happen to the warren and they must move. He convinces Hazel that they must go speak to the Chief Rabbit...

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