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Wild-rabbits Can Teach Us Valuable Lessons

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Watership Down by Richard Adams provides many lessons about the proper functioning and survival of a group. It seems surprising that a warren of rabbits can teach humans something about life but some of the messages of the book may prove otherwise. It is about a band of rabbits on an expedition for a new-warren. It portrays the journey that develops a leader, which is one important piece of a newly formed society


Watership Down by Richard Adams provides many lessons about the proper functioning and survival of a group. It seems surprising that a warren of rabbits can teach humans something about life but some of the messages of the book may prove otherwise. It is about a band of rabbits on an expedition for a new-warren. It portrays the journey that develops a leader, which is one important piece of a newly formed society. It also demonstrates the necessary for equality, teamwork and some type of political structure for the community to function well. From co-operation, come the ability for the team to work together, to use resourcefulness in times or situations of adversity. Although can these wild rabbits actually teach us anything meaningful"

Initially a community especially a recently formed one requires some type of leader to guide it. The story shows a newly formed warren with a...

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