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Watership Down - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

The Stranger in the Field

While the rabbits are digging scrapes for shelter, the rabbits see a man's footprint in the ground. Fiver sees a strange rabbit in the field. Hazel and Blackberry greet the rabbit and they are invited to stay in the warren. The rabbits discuss the invitation and decide to check out the new warren. Fiver thinks they should stay away; his instincts tell him not to trust Cowslip. The others want to stay.

Chapter 12 Analysis

The rabbits think they may have found their new home. Fiver does not trust Cowslip nor does he feel safe in these new surroundings. Home is more than just a shelter; it must provide safety and comfort. The others do not listen to Fiver's feeling because they are tired of traveling and are eager to settle in a new warren.

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