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Watership Down - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Nuthanger Farm

Hazel remembers the box about which Kehaar spoke.. He decides to talk to the rabbits, and takes Pipkin with him. When they reach the farm, Hazel discovers a small shed where the rabbits are kept. Pipkin stands guard while Hazel speaks to the rabbits. There are four rabbits, two bucks and two does. He explains that they can all leave with them. The rabbits are domesticated; therefore, they cannot make up their minds. They are interested in Hazel's description of living in freedom without humans. Hazel tells them he must return home and promise to return. On the way out, they encounter a cat. The rabbits escape and hide under a bank for the night.

Chapter 24 Analysis

The lives of these domesticated rabbits are not much different from those in Cowslip's warren. Having been cared for by humans all their lives, they do not know...

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