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Watership Down Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary

Watership Down

Three miles and two brooks later, the rabbits have come to trust in one another. They reach the hills Fiver wanted to find. They have found Watership Down. From here, they have a view of the world in all directions. Dandelion, Hazel and Hawkbit go to explore the top of the hills. The other rabbits are hungry and tired. They stay at the bottom to feed and rest. Before leaving, Hawkbit discovers some deserted holes where the rabbits can spend the night.

Chapter 18 Analysis

The rabbits are forming a true community. Through their hardships, they have learned to trust in, and depend upon each other. The others no longer doubt Fiver's instincts and believe him. They learn that each rabbit has special talents to offer the group. By drawing on each other's strengths, they will build a better community.

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