Watership Down Essay | Watership Down

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Watership Down

Summary: Discusses the novel Watership Down, by Richard Adams. Describes the novel's major themes and how it relates to our society.
Throughout reading this book, you only wonder how Fiver can understand know what the future has in store for the rabbits. He has a gift that really no one else really cared about it. It was almost like they did not want to believe him. Fiver reminds me of someone who always knows the truth but no one cares because he is not the most liked one.

Hazel who is Fiver's slightly larger brother leads the pack of rabbits into a field where he believes they can live. When they get there they find out that there is already a group of rabbits living there but they let the travelers stay with them. Fiver being the smart one again warns them not to join the new warren, but once again no one listens to them again. Discovering they need more female rabbits to mate with. Two of the...

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