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Watership Down - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The Road and the Common

When Hazel awakens, Acorn is standing watch. Hazel goes to check on Pipkin and a gunshot is heard. The rabbits scatter to different areas of the field. Later, they regroup and Bigwig fids a road. Bigwig teaches Hazel about roads and cars, which are called hrududil, in rabbit language. Bigwig thinks cars are not dangerous, until they find a dead animal in the road. Later, Speedwell, Acorn and Hawkbit articulate their apprehension about the journey to Hazel. They tell him it is foolish to travel this far. Bigwig reprimands the rabbits for their dissent. Fiver thinks the place they are looking for is about four miles away. Hazel disagrees with Fiver because of the dismay of the others. Fiver thinks they will encounter trouble and need to pass through the area to get to the hill.

Chapter 10 Analysis

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