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Watership Down - Study Guide Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Like Trees in November

Hazel and Blackberry go off to discuss the new rabbits. They realize there is something wrong with the rabbits, but they do not understand the cause of their sadness. They seem preoccupied and make strange laughing sounds. In the morning, Strawberry wakes them to feed in the meadow. The man has gone by and they want to get the food. They feed on carrots that have been scattered by the man. Fiver will not eat the food or enter the burrow. He is angry that Hazel is ignoring his feeling. He knows Hazel feels it too, but he chooses to ignore the feelings and stay in the warren. The other rabbits stuff themselves and praise Hazel as their new leader. The rabbits convince Fiver to return to the burrow. They try to loosen up their new friends with a story, which Dandelion tells...

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