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Watership Down - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

The Story of the Trial of El-ahrairah

The rabbits experience feelings of fear and sadness at Holly's story. Hazel looks at Holly's ear and is annoyed because Dandelion has not cleaned the wound properly. It looks as if his ear has been torn to shreds. Hazel and Sliver clean the wound. Silver asks Hazel why he chose to help the mouse and Hazel explains that because they are in new land, they need new friends. Mice and rabbits have common enemies and they may be able to help each other. Silver doubts a mouse can be of much help due to their small size.

Hawkbit and Speedwell tell Hazel they have spoken to another mouse that tells them of a field with good grass. The rabbits listen to Bluebell tell the story of the Trial of El-ahrairah. Prince Rainbow would not allow El-ahrairah and Rabscuttle share a...

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