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Watership Down - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Hazel's Decision

Hazel and Fiver are eating with two other rabbits, Blackberry and Dandelion. Hazel believes Fiver because he is aware of his brother's gift of prophecy and has seen his visions come true in the past. Bigwig visits unexpectedly. He has been relieved of his duties and is no longer an Owsla. Bigwig makes the decision to accompany the rabbits as they leave the warren. They will search for a new warren. The rabbits decide to find other rabbits to leave with them. Bigwig tells the others some Owsla are not happy and he thinks he can recruit a few to join them.

Chapter 3 Analysis

The chief disregards Fiver's warning because he has nothing to gain in leaving the warren. Hazel believes his brother because he has seen his power first hand. Unlike the chief, Haze, Blackberry and Dandelion have nothing to lose in leaving the...

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