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Watership Down - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

The Crow and the Bean Field

When they reach the other side, the rabbits rest under hedges in the field. Hazel goes to find a spot where he can sniff their surroundings. He follows the scent to a bean field, which is filled with flowering bean plants. He tells the others they will be safe because the scent of the beans will mask the scent of the rabbits. As they reach the field, a scream is heard. A crow is attacking Fiver and Pipkin. Hazel, Bigwig and Silver rescue them, but Pipkin is injured. They get the rabbits to safety, and Hazel stays up to keep watch for danger. He finds a thorn stuck in Pipkin's foot. Hazel removes the thorn and tells Pipkin to lick the wound and go to sleep.

Chapter 9 Analysis

Hazel again shows his leadership skills when he turns to Bigwig for help...

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